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Bethan’s cawl

Cawl (broth) has been part of the staple diet of Wales for centuries and this recipe* has pedigree. It’s the real thing, handed from mother to daughter 70 years ago and cooked in West Wales for generations. And like all … Continue reading

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The secret garden

I’ll give you a glimpse of Tegfan’s secret garden. To find it, you have to leave the house and walk down the lane. It’s not far but it’s very secret. You can see the garden in this photo because the … Continue reading

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How well do you know your cawl spoons? (A quiz)

Cawl (more of that another time) was traditionally eaten with a wooden spoon. If, like me, you don’t fancy the idea of eating soup from the sort of wooden spoon you might use for stirring cake mixture, let me assure … Continue reading

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