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Chicken Caesar salad

Still on the salads topic I had to include a classic chicken caesar. To cut costs I used half a chicken breast, cut into strips tossed in oil and dry fried. A dressing was made using Jamie's jam jar method and included mayo, lemon juice, dijon, lea and perrins and half a clove of garlic.

from Fabulessly Frugal

Little Ceasar's Crazy Bread Copycat


Appleby Castle, England founded by Ranulf le Meschin at the beginning of the 12th century. In about 1170 a square stone keep was added, known as Caesars Tower, which is now one of the best preserved examples of its type, having been little altered in 800 years. The castle was in Royal hands when the Scottish King, William the Lion, invaded the Eden Valley in 1174. The constable of the castle surrendered without a fight, for which he was heavily fined by King Henry II.

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Little Caesar's Crazy Bread

Love Little Caesar's Crazy Bread? Make this garlic and parmesan breadstick recipe at home with this copycat.

from Metro

Introducing the most bacony pizza of all time

Introducing the most bacony pizza of all time. This needs to get in my life.

from delicious. magazine

Shaved celeriac and beetroot caesar salad

Try this winter salad recipe made with celeriac, beetroot, radicchio, little gem lettuce and pumpernickel bread.

from the Guardian

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