Pizza on the BBQ

Last year we’ve bought a pizza stone for the BBQ, but so far I’ve used it in the oven, see halloumi pizza. As is warm outside and we finally managed to refurbish the garden gate, we’ve added the bamboo screening. It was time for a BBQ. As I has almost no veggies, I told hubby I’m going to use the pizza stone for its real purpose. It was even better than expected!

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Spicy mushrooms with peanut butter

Mushrooms and peanut butter can sound strange for some people, but I got excited when I’ve read a similar recipe in a newspaper. I’ve made a few twists and this is my recipe. Sometimes I use chilli oil, sometimes I make the dish with a green chilli paste.

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Melon and cinnamon jam

I eat jam every day after working out, so I need at least a jar in the fridge. For me, homemade jam is so much better than shop-bought because I can add flavours for a twist. This time I’ve made melon and cinnamon jam, as I think the flavours go well together.

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Creamy leeks

After I cooked this dish I searched it on google and found out is actually French. I used different spices from the original recipe and I’m glad I did, as I liked it a lot with the nutmeg.
The recipe has only 2 ingredients and some spices, give it a go, it’s really delicious.

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