Nigel slater nut loaf recipes

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An Old Vintage Hovis Bread Tin and Nigel Slater’s Black Banana Cake Recipe

An Old Vintage Hovis Bread Tin and Nigel Slater’s Black Banana Cake Recipe

(This usually happens when bananas are transported in cold containers where the temperature is too low, and are then kept in over-cool storage areas before being sent to the shops and supermarkets) As part of Janice (Farmersgirl Kitchen) and Sue’s (A Little Bit of Heaven on a Plate) Dish of the Month, where everyone is encouraged to make or bake something a la Nigel Slater, I decided  to try his recipe for Black Banana Cake, rather than my usual recipe for Banana and Walnut Tea Bread
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Rye and Spelt Bread

Rye and Spelt Bread

For me rye bread makes the best snack on its own or with some hard cheese, but Nigel Slater may be the best person to refer to when it comes to suggestions with rye bread
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The Ranelagh Kitchen Diaries - part one

The Ranelagh Kitchen Diaries - part one

In terms of posts for this coming year, I've been inspired by Nigel Slater's Kitchen Diaries, both volumes of which I found lounging around at home over Christmas
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Porcini Mushroom Stuffing/ Loaf/ Patties

Porcini Mushroom Stuffing/ Loaf/ Patties

This is a Nigel Slater recipe - just slightly tweaked. ) chestnut mushrooms - white ones are fine too. Either shape into patties and place on to a greased tray or bun tin, or roll into a loaf shape (using Klingfilm, then remove Klingfilm)
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We Should Cocoa - The Random Recipe Round-Up

We Should Cocoa - The Random Recipe Round-Up

Just in time for Valentine's Day, Debby of Cooking up a Storm in a Teacup picked a recipe for Nigel Slater's chocolate truffles from his book Real Food
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random recipes round-up #36

random recipes round-up #36

and here's Gary from Exploits of a Food Nut with a very chic Chicken, Mushroom and Noodle Broth taken from Nigel Slater's Eat
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April’s Credit Crunch Munch Round-up

April’s Credit Crunch Munch Round-up

This tasty Mackeral, Bacon and New Potato Salad comes to us from Jacqueline over at How to be a Gourmand via Nigel Slater so with a pedigree like that you just know this is good