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Monday, 11 March 2013

Win A Fantastic Organic Vegbox


Riverford deliver fresh and delicious award-winning organic vegboxes packed with tasty and great looking food directly from the farm straight to your door and for this months competition we have one of their delicious hampers to give away.

Riverford offers a range of weekly organic essentials like vegetables as well eggs, milk, meat, juices and cereals, they can even deliver wine and chocolate when you need a treat and their amazing Organic vegboxes start from just £10.45. The Riverford box scheme began when Guy Watson started delivering vegetables locally to 30 friends in Devon. They now deliver around 40,000 boxes a week to homes around the UK from their regional farms. Ordering is easy and flexible, delivery is free and you don’t even need to be at home. www.riverford.co.uk

The prize is a large vegbox with meet that will be enough organic meat and veg to feed 4+ people for around a week. Typically 12 veg varieties with potatoes, carrots and onions most weeks. You’ll also get 3 RSPCA award-winning meat items that will always include a joint and mince, plus a different cut such as diced chicken. 

To be in with a chance of winning simply leave a comment below to tell us your favourite freshly prepared meal and why you like it. The prize will be drawn from a hat containing all valid entries.

Extra entries can be made by sharing this competition on Twitter (include #DiligentGardener) or by liking our page and sharing the competition on Facebook.

An additional entry can be made by "following" this blog via Google Friend Connect

Terms and conditions: This competition closes at 23.59 on 31 March 2013. Any entries received after this time will not be counted. Entrants must be UK residents aged 18 years or older to enter. By entering this competition you agree and consent to your name being published and by taking part in the competition, entrants are deemed to have read, understood and accepted all of the Terms and Conditions and agreed to be bound by them. The winner will be selected at random from the valid entries and will be announced here on the blog. Please make sure we are able to contact you if you do win.

244 comments:

  1. I love a home prepared Lancashire hot pot as it reminds me of my Nan's house

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  2. I'm a child of the 80's so a Beef Wellington is top of my posh nosh

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  3. Shepherd's Pie

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  4. grainne marnell-fox11 March 2013 at 15:48

    shepherds pie

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  5. Lasagne is always my favourite because one day i will make it with vegetables & another day with mince , its never the same & i love making it.

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  6. i love moussaka with salad its beautiful especially with fresh veg!

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  7. I love seafood, especially seabass with new potatoes, peas and carrots

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  8. I love spag bol cause I grew up eating it weekly

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  9. Veggie lasagne as I can use any combination of veggies!

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  10. You can't beat a bowl of homemade vegetable soup

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  11. Vegetable lasagne made with home grown vegetables

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  12. Teriyaki salmon with lots of green vegetables

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  13. Garlic and stilton mushrooms with puy lentils and peppers - it's easy, all done in one pot and healthy.

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  14. I am a vegetarian and love a veggie casserole with herb dumplings

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  15. homemade shepherds pie is my favourite meal and it always reminds me of when i was little as my mum used to make it for us as kids and it was so comforting and warming on a cold winters day x

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  16. vicki macdonald11 March 2013 at 16:22

    Homemade stew & dumplings especially on a day like today when ts blizzarding with snow, it warms your heart & soul !

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  17. Spag bol an absolute family fave in our house!

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  18. home made shepards pie, with lamb from the local farm shop and veggies from my garden. My kids can't get enough.

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  19. Karen & Lablass those both sound fab. I suggest you try my recommendation which is Ratatouille cooked as per Nigel Slater's recipe where you cook each item separately before adding to the pot - it's definiately worth the effort as it really makes a difference to the flavours and if you go easy on the oil it's not too unhealthy ;-)
    He also recommends making a crumble with the leftovers but so far there hasn't ever been any :-(

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  20. nearly all our meals are freshly prepared but sunday roast dinner is the best

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  21. Cant beat a fresh roast on a sunday!

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  22. Cheese and onion ommelette made with free range eggs, with a green salad on the side.

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  23. It has to be vegetable lasagne. Fresh vegetables makes it a winner!MARY HEALD

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  24. a full roast dinner - lamb or beef - with all the trimmings and loads of roast veg!

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  25. Mince and dumplings with mashed potatoes, carrots and broccoli - it was always my favourite meal prepared by my mother when she was alive.

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  26. This time of year I love a bowl of homemade soup. You can throw your veg, meat/fish homemade stock into the slow cooker and when you come home it's sitting there waiting for you. Just add some good bread - yum

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  27. I Love Liver, onions and mash potato, simple, cheap and delicious winter comfort food mmm !

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  28. Isabell Stewart11 March 2013 at 17:15

    Sea bass sauteed in lime butter, organic new potatoes with mint and organic vegetables. Yum.

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  29. Home made Pasta Bake - made with steak mince, veg, tinned tomatoes and herbs all covered over with pasta in a cheese sauce and finished off in the oven.
    I love this so much because we all eat this dish as a family - even my fussy teen daughter never has a complaint when we have this for dinner.

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  30. A traditional roast beef dinner with the meat still pink, the potatoes roasted and mashed and beautifully rich gravy. I love it because it's a family favourite, reminds me of my childhood and gives me pleasure to see my children cook it well too.

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  31. Home made leek and potato pie. We are so lucky to have an allotment and this is homely, warming and easy peasy to make! Serve it with carrots

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  32. A chicken casserole made from scratch. Nothing better (especially when my mum sticks some dumplings in - perfect!)

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  33. mince and tatties, always loved it

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  34. shepards pie, love knowing exactly what goes into my tea :) always a hit with the boys!

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  35. I love a quiche stuffed with beetroot onions bacon and peas and topped off with herby breadcrumbs it was the first thing my boyfriend made me and it was delicious and an incredibly sweet thing for him to do!

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  36. My favourite freshly made meal is shepards pie & fresh vegtables. It is so comforting it makes me feel better.

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  37. Sunday roast with all the trimmings

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  38. I love Cajun Salmon fillet with fresh tomato and garlic sauce - love the moist stong fish with a spicy kick and fresh tomato vegetable sauce - healthy and tasty

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  39. A roast dinner made with good quality and fresh produce. I really can taste the difference between supermarket produce and home grown!

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  40. I love home made roast dinners especially a nice large chicken with lots of stuffing , home made mash mashed with just butter , salt and pepper (no milk ) , carrots , cabbage , brocIli , roast potatoes , Yorkshire puds and bisto chicken gravy
    Yum yum
    Hate washing up afterwards tho

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  41. I love making soup with any vegetables that I have in the cupboard. It is so easy and you know exactly what is in it!

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  42. I LOVE A BIG STEW WITH ALL THE FRESH VEG FROM THE GARDEN AND NOT FORGETTING BIG FLUFFY DUMPLINGS.

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  43. Its got to be feshly made stew made with beef and carrots,onions served with creamy mashed potato`s and dumplings and i love this meal because its so comforting in winter and also because it reminds me of staying with my gran and her cooking it every week and eventually showing me how to make `proper` mashed pots and dumplings and i still cant make them as good as her!

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  45. Pork chop with roast vegetables , homemade Yorkshire puddings and mash potato with asparagus spears.

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  46. My favourite is fresh salmon fried with dille and lemon, served with new potatoes and mixed green salad. I make a big portion, but afterwards I always feel revived and refreshed rather than stuffed and overfed. Nothing beats real fresh food!

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  47. I cook white fish in passata with garlic and basil, served with broccoli and new potatoes it's delicious.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  48. My favourite thing to eat is my salad. All the usual things with cheese cubes added. Delicious! If I was on death row that would be what I would choose as my last meal! ruth@rushhourtechnology.co.uk

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  49. Beef Wellington

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  50. Vegetable lasagne made with tomatoes, courgettes and aubergines picked from my garden, still warm from the sun.

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  51. I grew up on a Aberdeenshire farm and for me nothing can compare to fresh vegetablea with an Aberdeen Angus beef roat.

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  52. A chicken dinner with yorkshire puddings,stuffing, carrots,turnip,cauliflower and broccoli and not to forget roast potatoes. It is delicious and it is the one time me and my family all get together to eat it on a Sunday

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  53. Roast Chicken with lemon and grren veg with mashed potatoes

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  54. My son has just made burgers from scratch. Feels like a naughty indulgence but with the confidence of knowing the ingredients :-D

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  55. a beef sunday roast with yourshire puds

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  56. Lamb chops baked in the oven, served with cauliflower cheese, roast potatoes, peas and gravy. And mint sauce, of course. The flavours go really well together and it only takes an hour to cook.

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  57. my favourite meal is beef stew and dumplings with crusty bread and butter. it reminds me of my childhood.

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  58. A Sunday roast with all the trimmings - its usually roast pork with homemade yorkshire puds, roast & mashed potatoes, an assortment of veg & lashings of gravy - delicious:)

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  59. Roast lamb with all the trimmings.

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  60. Home made jamaican jerk chicken with fresh herbs and spices, spring veggies and rice and peas :)

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  61. My favourite meal is Vegetable Curry with Rice, it's nice and easy to make with any type of veg and can be saved and reheated to make another meal the next day.

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  62. My dad grew all our vegetables, and strawberries and rhubarb. I remember eating Sunday roast with potatoes, and vegetables from the garden with fresh rhubarb stewed with gran's home made custard. Delicious.

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  63. roast chicken with all the trimmings lots of fresh veg cabt be beaten then apple and blackberry crumble with ice cream yum

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  64. lamb hotpot lovely and warming on a freezing day x

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  65. I like chicken casserole, its warming and filling

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  66. You can't beat a roast dinner with plenty of veg and yorkshire puddings. this reminds me of special times with my family :)

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  67. I love soup, especially bacon and brocolli, as it's lovely and warming in bad weather, and after a day watching football!

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  68. A humble bowl of homemade soup
    Can really make my day.
    A baseline stock to start it off,
    Add veg, then you're away.
    My fave's Jerusalem artichoke
    With parmesan and cream,
    And curried roasted parsnip soup's
    My idea of a dream.
    No need to find a recipe,
    Your own soup is the best
    With Riverford's ingredients,
    To pass the freshness test.

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  69. Having my mum's mince 'slop' - minced beef, oxo cubes, onion, broad beans and tinned potatoes with homemade bread rolls and lots of butter always reminds me of my childhood and good memories, never quite the same when I make my own though!

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  70. I love a veggie curry. It reminds me of days where money was really tight and I made a massive batch and froze it in portions. I never got fed up of it and always felt pleased I enjoyed something so healthy so much!!

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  71. Being a proud Devonian it would have to be chicken stew with homemade herby dumplings..perfect during the winter! Keeps you full for hours!!

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  72. vegetable curry-beng indian i love making fresh vegetable currys everyday

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  73. I love a vegetable risotto - loads of fresh veg in there makes it delicious and healthy.

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  74. spagetti bolonese because its a quick meal to prepare but its also very tasty

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  75. I like a good stir fry with a base sauce freshed up with garlic and ginger and of course lots of vegetables and some meat.

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  76. I love cooking stews with mash and dumplings always a family pleaser and a great way to use up leftover meat from a sunday roast.

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  77. cheesy chicken and broccoli pie, i usually add some leeks too, lovely and comforting on a cold day

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  78. I love my hubby's veggie Roast Dinner with roasted potatoes, parsnips, butternut squash and carrots, plus all the usual veg. It's delicious and warming and really, really filling.

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  79. I love making all sorts of meals, but I think a classic is a lovely homemade lasagne - worth the effort, shop-bought always pales in comparison

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  80. Such a hard question to answer as I love most foods! A special retro favourite is Chicken cooked with mushrooms and red wine and served with new potatoes and lots of spring veg.

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  81. Moroccan lamb - slow cooked with honey and shiraz juis, garlic mash and roasted vegetables. I absolutely love this dish and always get 'mmmmm' noises when I prepare it for other people!

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  82. corn fed organic roast chicken with stuffed marrow and nicoise potatoes

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  83. I love making homemade pies for my family and filling them with lots of fresh veg, everyone loves them and get their 5 a day

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  84. I adore freshly cooked duck. Don't have it that often though. It's expensive.

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  85. Shepherd's Pie with fluffy mash on top..a good winter warmer

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  86. I love making a slow-cooked stew which brings out the flavour of the meat and makes a lovely rich gravy.

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  87. Home made tomato soup using own grown tomatos

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  88. Venison stew!

    Twitter @haddockman83

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  89. My favourite dish is to take an organic chicken, put it in a large pot, and add as many different organic vegetables as I can lay my hands on, i.e. onions, mushrooms, carrots, leeks, celery, potatoes, etc. (which I dice) and enough chicken stock to cover. I then let it simmer gently for about an hour or two (depends on the size of the chicken). Then I remove the chicken from the stock, blend part of the stock/vegetables to thicken the sauce naturally but making sure there are still lots of 'bits' left, add a little cream and seasoning, and then serve it poured over the chicken which has been sliced and put onto plates - maybe add a little broccoli as well to the plate. It's rather yummy.

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  90. We love to slow smoke a shoulder of pork in our smoker. It goes best with home grown slaw (carrots,cabbage and onions) and new potatoes yummy. As it's winter at the mo we love a good jambalaya packed with plenty of seafood,tomatoes, celery,sweetcorn herbs and spices mmmmm

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  91. Pan fried salmon with some freshly boiled potatoes and carrots

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  92. Oregano covered tuna with stirfried fresh veg with a little fragrant sauce.

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  93. I just love making fresh pasta sauce from tomatoes, peppers, courgettes and herbs from my garden
    karen s
    twannywun at hotmail dot com

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  94. My mum's shepherd's pie with her secret twist of baked beans!

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  95. My favourite freshly prepared meal is a tin of tomatoes blended with lots of fresh vegetables packed in with a homemade curry paste. It's absolutely delicious and full of goodness

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  96. sausage casserole, made with mushrooms,carrots and onions served with creamy mash and broccoli :-)

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  97. Any fresh salad made from my own grown produce, Grow it, Love it, Live it,,,,,,,,,

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  98. Home made, home grown vegetable soup, thick and creamy with lots of root veg - how comforting on such a cold day. In fact, I have some carrots, onion, parsnips and squash (sadly not home grown but organic of course - roasting in the oven as we speak - ready to liquidise for today's lunch!

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  99. Shepherds Pie or a good Chilli is just the thing to warm me up in this cold weather.

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  100. Our current family weekly favourite is cumin and coriander roast vef with a indian spice marinated roast chicken :)

    Do love a slow cooked beef shin chilli too though :P

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  101. cottage pie as it tastes amazzing

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  102. Love to make a home-made vegetable lasagne with lots of fresh vegetables!

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  103. I love Roast Chicken with potatoes, peas and parsnips. Followed by Chocolate and beetroot brownies and vanilla icecream....

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  104. lasagne is a favourite in our home, it's a great family meal with lots of room for vegetables especially for kids and I love it too!

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  105. sausages,onion gravy and creamy mash

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  106. moussaka lovely vegetables and lots of cheese. you can't go wrong

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  107. Freshly picked asparagus, slightly steamed & smothered in butter, (None of this low-fat nonsense!)

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  108. Homemade gnocchi with creamy pesto sauce. It's my favourite because (if you get the gnocchi just right) it's so light and fluffy, and getting the recipe for the sauce right was a labour of love - I'd been served the sauce in an Italian restaurant once, and I couldn't find a recipe for it anywhere so I experimented with the ingredients until I got the balance just right :-)

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  109. my boyfriend's home-made vegetable curry with caraway seeds-just use any vegetables going - lots of Chilli and cumin

    Sam Stevens
    sam@tickell.plus.com

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  110. I love a whole wheat tortilla filled with organic baby spinach, smoked salmon & some sliced avocado drizzled with lemon juice with a dash of salt & freshly ground pepper. Super healthy and so yum! This is my favourite lunch that I can take to work with me.

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  111. Cheese & Onion Pie with fresh garden peas

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  112. I love liver and bacon. It reminds me of my Mum

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  113. Vegetarian enchilladas are our favourite as I can use seasonal vegetables and vary it according to what I have.It is really healthy and tasty

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  114. Veggie lasagne, its my favourite!

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  115. With all this cold weather I just love a nice big Stew with loads of fresh vegetables - Healthy and Heart warming

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  116. As the over winter leaks in the garden are ready, We have been eating a few Leak & Ham Pies. Definately my favourite.

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  117. I love a gorgeous vegetable lasagne - with plenty of my granddads home grown courgettes.. My nanna used to make an amazing veggie lasagne for me but she is poorly now and can't cook anymore. I make my own now but it's never as good as my nanna's :-(

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  118. We love a chicken roast dinner with yorkshire puddings, loads of steamed veg and crispy roast potatoes.

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  119. New sweet peas & cheese risotto. Yum

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  120. minestrone soup, it's so wholesome and tasty

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  121. Winter Vegetable Soup, made of leeks, carrots, turnip, celery and onion, with a spring of herbs to add flavour. It's delicious.

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  122. Try a lamb hotpot with lots of fresh mixed veg but for a twist on the top add some home made dumplings made with mint, only let them sit on the top though as it makes the tops all crispy. Delicious :) Great in this cold weather.

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  123. A fresh minted lamb chop, with roasted rosemary new potatoes and roasted veg with melted fresh mozzarella and black pepper. Yum!

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  124. I love beef stew with dumplings done in the slow cooker as the meat is very tender cooked this way and you don't have to worry about it overcooking!!

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  125. a nice beef stew with plenty of chunky veg n dumplings, yum

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  126. My fav fresh prepared meal is a roast. Any roast as long as everything in it is fresh and homemade, including the Yorkshire puddings :)

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  127. My favourite freshly prepared meal is a stir fry and great to use mostly all of my own veg!

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  128. My favourite freshly prepared meal is mushroom on toast followed by Moussaka as this was my birthday meal when I was a child.

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  129. steamed salmon fillet on a bed of barley risotto with fresh broccoli, green beans, mushrooms and crispy kale

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  130. Mine favourite is a Sunday Lunch. x

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  131. Spaghetti Bolognese, as it was one of the first things my Mum taught me to cook, and it always makes me think of her

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  132. I love to make an old fashioned stew with lots of root vegetables, beef and dumplings with mashed potato and green veg. So homely and warming!

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  133. Lovely organic Roast chicken with tasty crispy skin, organice roast potatoes, sweet tasty parsnips, dark green cabbage, sweet carrots and a good splash of homemade gravy! YUMMY :)

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  134. I like a salad made with fruit and vegetables picked fresh from the Garden and a piece of Roast Chicken Leg still warm from the oven.

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  135. I love to do stir- fries, they are quick, tasty and healthy. Chicken stir-fry is my favourite with broccoli, leeks, onions & plenty of chilli.

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  136. I love smoked haddock with rice and fresh veg
    @jenlouisej

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  137. it has to be home made lasagne, because you know whats going into it and the taste is so yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmy

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  138. i like chicken stirfy with fresh vegetables, peppers etc x

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  139. marinated lamb with fresh roasted vegetable,healthy,tasty,perfect to get together

    @avelte2000

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  140. I used to hate squashes, from a cook's perspective, just because of the sheer hell of preparing them , however last year I was trying to loose weight and started roasting veggies to eat as a low cal meal, roast squash with pepper and nutmeg is just gorgeous and worth the work out of getting the skins off. Us them with so many different things but with a little olive oil could just eat small roasted chunks with pasta and pecorino.

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  141. Gosh Ive just read the Majority of peoples..and feel very hungry now! Hmm well Mine has to be A deep filled with nice crisp top steak and kidney pie,creamy mash and fresh veggies not the most healthiest of options but lovely and warming especially in this weather :-) Lovely giveaway, bluemonkeyuk@yahoo.co.uk

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  142. My favourite meal is a hearty vegetable 'stew' made up of any spare veg (preferably organic)together with a couple of tablespoons of wholegrain Basmati rice in a vegetable stock to which a good tablespoon of Turmeric mixed with a little olive oil has been added and plenty of freshly ground pepper. The stew is full of antioxidants and is a good boost for the body's immune system. I serve wholemeal and oatbran sundried tomatoes and blue cheese muffins with the stew.

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  143. can not beat a full roast dinner made from scratch

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  144. home made moussaka - reminds me of great greek holidays

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  145. Home made vegetable curry because it is healthy and delicious.

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  146. Have liked Facebook page and shared post.

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  147. I adore lamb stew with dumplings. It is just so hearty, full of vitamins and tastes delicious. You can also make it without much fuss, and a slow cooker makes it so easy!

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  148. shared on twitter https://twitter.com/esthermate/status/317364747815251968

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  149. Liked and shared on facebook.
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    My favourite freshly prepared meal is chicken casserole, made with freshly picked carrots and spuds. It's so easy to make and difficult to get wrong. And of course, delicious.

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  150. We make a rustic vegeterian curry with rice - it's rustic as my 4 year old loves chopping up the vegetables so they are all different shapes and sizes. But it still tastes yummy :)And was fun preparing too...

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  151. I love making chilli con carne as I make a healthy version, small amount of lean mince that is drained from fat once browned but I put in carrots and red peppers finely chopped as well as the kidnet beans and tomatoes, plenty of chilli and spices and it really bulks it up and tastes so much better than a ready made one, mmm making me hungry!

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  152. Butternut squash soup - I make it with squash from my allotment - with homemade bread. OMG it's sooooo good :)

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  153. im following on GFC - stephen holman :)

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  154. Mine has to be Lamb, I've popped a joint in the slow cooker this morning & we'll be enjoying it for tea with roasters & veg. It's my fav as it's easy & the whole family Love it!

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  155. I love kale soup thickened with egg yolks and flavoured with mace - delicious and not too heavy

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  156. Cottage Pie - reminds me of my childhood and is great to have on a cold night

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  157. I love a beef casserole that has been cooked for hours with loads of lovely veg

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  158. Hard question LOL, I thin a roast as you can still eat it throughout the years as different seasons mean different veg :) @Jamiecomps

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  159. I love homemade mushroom soup with crusty bread. My hubby, son and I have this each Saturday while we catch up about the previous week :)

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  160. Roast dinner :) made by me as I know just how I like it cooked lol

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  161. Good old fashioned home made cottage pie - my comfort food.

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  162. Roasted squash risotto

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  163. My wife makes lots of soup, which tastes so much better than the shop bought stuff.

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  164. shared https://twitter.com/esthermate/status/317744219970224128

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  165. I love fresh fruit salad I could eat it every day

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  166. Vegetarian Lasagne with homemade garlic bagette. Yum.

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  167. sheila wilkinson29 March 2013 at 21:46

    Minestrone soup made with tons of vegetables!

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  168. sheila wilkinson29 March 2013 at 21:47

    minestrone soup made with tons of vegetables.

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  169. I love nothing better than a lovely stew and dumplings

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  170. halloumi and grilled vegetable paninis

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  171. It has to be a curry, though actually I love all pretty much all food and love cooking.

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  172. leek and potato soup, there is nothing better to warm you up in this cold weather

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  173. I love a vegetable curry

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  174. Black Pudding, Chorizo and Scallops, fab!

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  175. Lasagne. Nothing too amazing I know but lovely warm comfort food that everyone loves. Easy to prepare in advance and heat up quickly after work too.

    @fairyprincess31

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  176. Following on GFC as Leigh Larkin

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  177. I LOVE Chinese style crispy chilli chicken! I recreated the recipe from scratch, and it tastes just like the food from our local take-out! I'm so pleased because I can't eat soy and gluten anymore and my recipe tastes identical to the dish I used to love, but without these ingredients that make me poorly! Yay!

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  178. Mushroom lasagne because its healthy but delicious

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  179. Most of my meals are cooked from scratch with fresh ingredients but one of my favourites is Lamb and spinach curry.

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  180. Chicken and bacon in a creamy wine sauce with tagliatelle and french bread. Delicious!

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  181. you can contact me @SarahJLCooper if I am lucky enough to win.

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