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Love of Food had a busy September. Our challenge was Canadian cuisine. We struggled somewhat but managed some delicious dishes. A selection of pictures sent in from L to R.
Canadian Sunday Lunch,
Maple Syrup and Mustard Steak, with veg
Canadian Cornbread, with Bacon and Maple Syrup.
Montreal Pollock. Served with garlic oven chips, asparagus spears, and a side salad
Maple and Orange Chicken
Canadian Honey Pecan pie
January 6th 2020
We kicked off the New Year with a beautiful Afternoon Tea, provided by Sandra, the rest of the Group just had to turn up. Before tea we chatted about our various Christmas festivities and a general catch.
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We then planned our year of foodelicious challenges, they are as follows:-
February 3rd – Chinese Food – Celebrating Chinese New Year
March 2nd – Welsh Cuisine – Celebrating St David’s Day (1st March)
April 6th – Easter
May 4th – Wartime Recipes – Coinciding with the 75th anniversary of VE Day
June 1st – Irish Dish – Celebrating a public holiday in Northern Ireland
July 6th – French Cuisine – commemorating Bastille Day
August 3rd – Summertime Recipes – Anything goes provided it is full of summer delights
September 7th – Canadian Food – Canadian Labour Day
October 5th – Harvest – Incorporating harvest foods
November 2nd – Free Choice – Whatever takes your fancy!
December – Scottish Cuisine – Celebrating St Andrews Day.
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