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    Becky a 29 year old Brit , living in Bristol , United Kingdom

    Living in a studio flat in the centre of the city and working from home means I have one room in which I rest ,work and play . Kept company by my vegebox , laptop and a stack of recipe books . I love to cook with seasonal fresh and sometimes wild ingredients from my escapes to the countryside

    If you like what you see , have some suggestions please send me an email at girlinterruptedeating@gmail.com or leave a comment on my blog
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A rant against forgetting lunch – Ratatouille Soup & Salad

Happy Autumn Lunch

against horrible sandwiches from the shops ( even the gourmet ones seems to taste of nothing …how do they do that… they always taste “cold” ) . So its nice being home a lunchtime and making my own food

Happy Happy Ratatouille

So in the flat there is currently a big pot of ratatouille on the stove……. for eating with crusty bread


Aubgergine , Courgette , Garlic , Red Onion , Mushrooms roughly choped mixed with tinned plum tomatoes and mixed herbs , red wine if available , olives too Simmer for 45minutes leave in pot on the stove to heat as required

I find lots of warming and tasty vegeatables soups are…vital to get through the vegebox mound

Paprika Cauliflower Soup this was to have been a a pumpkin soup ( with leftovers from the lantern) but noticed some cauliflower about to go bad. Sauteed cauliflower with roasted garlic and smoked paprika . Add a splash of boling water and simmer til the cauliflower is soft ( overcooked). Add a splash of milk and puree… Really delicious and creamy

Paprikad Cauliflower Soup

Leek and Apple Soup -Chop one large leek and one large apple per person. sweat in a pan with butter salt and pepper add half a cup of hot water per person. Puree return to pan and stir in a little more hot water and crumble in some stilton …warm through ….
Leek and Apple Soup

Brocooli and Stilton Cook broccoli til tender in pan with water drain and pour over milk liquidise and return to pan crumble in stilton ( you only need a little cos its very flavoursome when heated) and warm gently … Add a little salt and pepper to taste serve

Brocoli and Stilton Soup

In the summer delicious salads get me through ………

Greek Salad

Greek Salad Many years ago I went to Crete with my mum and brother a tragic teenager rebellion I was vegetarian ( its lasted 10 years ) which meant over the course of 2 weeks. I ate close to 30 of these babies in various places bcame a connosiur and perfected a recipe- . its not classy but its tastes so good. Chop iceberg lettuce and cucumber stick in bowl slice tomatoes and onions ( red are pretty but who cares really ) throw over some feta cheese, olives capers , mixed herbs and lots of black pepper and dowse with oilve oil and white wine vinegar . its so good to eat cos you have to stir it a lot to get all bits coated in in dressing a small pieces of feta & at the end you have to mop with some bread all round the bowl .

Artichoke , Asparagus and Feta Salad

Artichoke , Asparagus and Feta Salad dressed with lemon , oil and pepper

Roast Squash and Feta Salad

Roast Squash with Feta and Rocket dressed with mustard and balasamic vinegar

Baked Aubergine ,Mint , Preserved Lemon Lemon and Goats Cheese Salad

Baked Aubergine Preserved Lemon Lemon and Goats Cheese Salad

Occasionally I am forced to take sandwiches I have to make them as colourful as possible “Feeding the eyes” as the lovely Fanny Craddock would put it

Breakfast Smoked Salmon Bagel with Cream Cheese

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