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Skiing Passion; Something for Winter

Pinnacle walking holidays also have a skiing passion

As you will know Pinnacle Walking Holidays love hiking. What you may not know is that Mike and I also have a skiing passion. We adore being in the mountains in the Winter. Some people, including us, only have limited time off work or constraints on when they can take a break. Fitting in both

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Feta Watermelon Salad is a Summer Starter

Feta Watermelon Salad a great starter for the French Alps

I have tried this Feta Watermelon Salad recipe many times. It’s from a Mary Berry cookbook and most things I try of her’s seem easy to follow and taste delicious. It’s a great summer starter, especially if the main course is quite substantial. I have used it many times on our French Alps walking breaks

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Moroccan Lamb Tagine is a Popular Dish

Moroccan Lamb Tagine gives our meal time an exotic touch

Moroccan Lamb Tagine a popular dish. Lamb is quite expensive to buy in the French Alps, so we usually exchange Lamb for Chicken on our walking holidays. However if your making this in the UK always use Lamb, the dish is delicious and if you don’t like Cous Cous – rice is good also. If

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Raspberry Creme Brulee

Raspberry Creme Brulee a popular dessert in the French Alps and the Peak District

A really popular dessert with guests on all our catered holidays is Raspberry Creme Brulee. This dessert is light and really easy to make and you can add any other fruit if you do no not like raspberries, you can also take out the liqueur if required: It’s a big dinner party hit. The nice

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Walking Around London at Christmas

Emirates Airline Cable Car, London

It was so nice to have a completely different weekend visiting family in London. Normally we head off to the Peaks or Lake District, so a city break was a nice change. On the Friday we went to my great niece’s nativity play at Pembridge Hall school in Notting Hill, she started there in September,

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Delicious Recipes; Raspberry Souffle

A delicious recipe for Raspberry Souffle

I am always being asked if I have any Delicious Recipes to share, and this Raspberry Soufflé has to go down in my estimation as a Delicious Recipe. I use the BBC Good Recipe website; great for Deserts and Savouries.

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Smoked Haddock Risotto

Smoked Haddock Risotto is a very popular in the French Alps

Smoked Haddock Risotto is really tasty supper. And the flavours of the fish and white wine are great together. I have never tried to buy smoked haddock in France but in the UK it is readily available and well-priced. Served with some bay tomatoes roasted in honey and olive oil finished off with a helping

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Mediterranean Chicken

Mediterranean Chicken a french alps favourite dish

I think Chicken is a really tasty and nutritious meat and is usually quite well priced. Tom Kerridge’s Mediterranean Chicken is a recipe I always use in the French Alps. “This easy, one-dish chicken dinner is like the top of a pizza – without the dough. It takes just a few minutes to put together

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Tomato Goats Cheese Crumble

Tomato Goats Cheese Crumble. A tasty vegetarian dish

I love vegetarian food; it’s so colourful and tasty. That’s why I like to make Tomato Goats Cheese Crumble. We have quite a few veggie friends and they seem to think the choice in restaurants and pubs is quite poor. We get a lot of vegetarian guests which gives me the chance experiment with different

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