Carrot, Lentil & Coriander Soup | Tuggy Tucks In

My Carrot, Lentil & Coriander Soup ticks all the boxes at this time of year:

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Christmas Cake | Tuggy Tucks In

I’ve been wanting to write this post for ages now but as I’ve been busy, like most on the run up to Christmas Day, I’m only getting round to it now and I’ve not even iced my own personal Christmas cake yet! Anyhow, here’s how to make the perfect Christmas cake even last minute on Christmas Eve!

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The Urban Fox | Tuggy Tucks In

I had the most wonderful Christmas dinner lately at The Urban Fox. I was invited along to a blogger event where I got to reconnect with the lovely Hayley from blog Honestly Russell and meet the equally lovely Charlene McElhinney and Bethany Jane from blog Adventure and Anxiety.
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The Elphinstone | Tuggy Tucks In

Living in Edinburgh is fantastic, a city steeped in history and glorious architecture, but sometimes you’ve just got to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and unwind in the Scottish countryside, so that’s what I did this weekend past.

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Dishoom | Tuggy Tucks In

Having been in Australia the past year, I missed the opening of many a high profile London chain restaurant at Edinburgh’s St Andrew’s Square and one thing I kept hearing about again and again was Indian restaurant Dishoom and their bacon naans! Continue reading

Pumpkin Soup | Tuggy Tucks In

It’s that time of year again when pumpkins are in season. We only get a short window in the UK to which to use the bright orange fruit from the squash family. However, unlike little brother, butternut squash, pumpkin is often seen as a gimmick for carving into jack-o-lanterns for Halloween. When I lived in New Zealand, they were nuts about pumpkin soup and they even sell it by the tin like we do with tomato soup. With us Brits jumping on the bandwagon of picking our own pumpkin at pumpkin patches (check out Arnprior Farm, famous for being Scotland’s first premier pumpkin farm) like the Americans, there’s really every excuse to get cooking with our favourite October seasonal fruit. This autumn, I’m here to tell you how to turn your pumpkin purchase into a delicious pumpkin soup.

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The Radhuni | Tuggy Tucks In

I can’t resist a good Indian meal, the starters alone are enough to tempt me. The Radhuni is a family-friendly Bangladeshi restaurant, a recent winner at the Scottish Curry Awards, they are located in the Loanhead area on the outskirts of Edinburgh. The restaurant is local to my friend’s house so it was the perfect place to meet for a mid-week catch up.

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