100 Posts on Caroline Feeds!

100 recipes, meal ideas, ingredient spotlights and food-related thoughts. Here were a few of your favourites…

(Click the photos to jump to the recipe.)

Roasted Vegetable Pasta

Readers’ all-time fav, and it certainly earns its place. Quick, nutritious and tastes fabulous.

Broccoli Soup

Simplicity itself, and works every time. Even better with a big hunk of stilton.

Spiced Cranberry and Orange Scones

Not just for Christmas.

Silky Squash Pasta with Pangrattato

Rustic elegance, and it’s even good for you.

And a few of my favourite posts…

The Grazing Board

In which I air my long-held views about the right way to put together a grazing board.

We Should all be Eating Mussels

A PSA, with some advice on how best to prepare them.

Cannellini Crostini

Bright, fresh flavours that are perfect with your afternoon aperitif.

Slow-Roasted Shoulder of Lamb

Get your weekends back by slow-roasting a big piece of meat, then get creative with the possibilities.

A sincere thank-you for reading, commenting, and cooking right along with me. Looking forward to many more Caroline Feeds meals to come!

4 thoughts on “100 Posts on Caroline Feeds!

  1. Congratulations on your 100th post! ❤
    We’ve enjoyed quite a few of your recipes. The other day, I made something new, and Ray said (and I quote):
    “I am really enjoying this. Is it one of Caroline’s recipes?”
    High praise indeed, anything new I give him that he likes he thinks must be your inspiration. Fair enough, it usually is.
    Keep on posting!
    Love, Gail

    Liked by 1 person

    1. That’s wonderful! It’s a great time to try new things (Caroline Feeds recipe or otherwise!), particularly because there isn’t much else going on! Thank you for reading and all your lovely comments x


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