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About Me: I'm a food blogger and research assistant at the University of Bath.

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If you've put on a few pounds over winter or if you're interested in going on a juice fast, this interview might interest Read More ›

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The best tart I've ever tasted: fig and almond

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For the full story and photos, please visit: http://www.piggyfair.com/2013/02/fig-and-almond-tart-recipe-from-fast.html You will need: 8 ripe figs, stemmed and sliced in half 1 orange, Read More ›

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What a treat it was to interview the UK's most popular food blogger, Su-Lin, who writes Tamarind and Thyme. I never cease to be amazed by the energy and industriousness of our top bloggers, who often Read More ›

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This week on http://www.piggyfair.com I interviewed food blogger and clinical psychologist Madeleine Morrow. It's a wonder that Madeleine, who practices full-time in the area of eating disorders Read More ›

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Piggy Fair interviews Marie Rayner

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Interview with Marie Rayner from 'The English Kitchen' Marie Rayner - the 'home cook' behind The English Kitchen This week I interviewed Marie Rayner, whose popular food blog Read More ›

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Piggy Fair interviews Helen Graves

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Isn't she gorgeous? The lovely Helen Graves. This week I interviewed Helen Graves, the live wire behind two of the UK's most popular blogs. Helen, who lives (and eats) in Read More ›

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Piggy cooks rainbow trout

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  Look at these darlings! So pink and fresh! I served the rainbow trout with pumpkin chips.   Last night I Read More ›

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