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Know any good leek recipes?

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I am a huge fan of leeks. Maybe it’s because I’m Welsh and am therefore obligated to adore them. Most probably it’s because of their delicious taste and the fact that I can use them in place of onion and not end up stinking for the rest of the night.

If you love leeks as much as I do, you might want to check out Lovethegarden‘s competition. Basically, they’re big fans of cooking things grown in your own garden and as it’s fast approaching the time to harvest winter leeks they’re making their first recipe blog competition of 2012 leek focussed.

Lovely, lovely leeks

If you’re a British blogger, you can enter this competition by sharing your favourite leek recipe. The competition will be judged by Kerstin Rodgers who is a food blogger, host of the Secret Garden Club and @MsMarmitelover on Twitter. The first prize gets a restaurant voucher worth £200 (woot!) and three runners up will get a copy of Kerstin’s book, Supper Club.

If you want to enter, you have to do three things.

  1. Write a blog post about the best leek recipe you know
  2. Make sure this Spring-a-Leek competition is mentioned
  3. E-mail the URL of your blog post to entries@lovethegarden.com before April 8th, 2011

Also, if you fancy it, leave a comment on this post with the link to your post and we’ll check it out! Or tweet it to us at @KitchenBitching. Either way, we’d love to see your recipes! Good luck, and good leeking!

Love, Hells Bells x

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23 years old. A fan of cake (eating and making it), words (writing them and reading them) and knitting.

One response »

  1. Darren Baldwin

    Some comments from FB friends.

    Left over roast chicken, crispy bacon lardons (or several rashers chopped up)

    chopped leeks (2)

    loads of cooked pasta.

    Chuck it all in a nice big oven dish pour over lots of cheese sauce, and grated cheese to the top and bung it in the oven for about 20 min.

    Perfect. X

    or …

    chop up some chicken thighs

    fry with bacon lardons and leeks

    add about 300g creme fraiche and a couple of teaspoons of whole grain mustard.

    Put in an oven dish and top with potato rosti (2 packs from Waitrose) chuck in oven for about

    30 mins or till rosti looking golden brown.

    Tim Hill.

    Macaroni cheese with leeks and smoked ham x

    Mamma B

    leek and potato gratin, mmm. x

    Emma Cowen

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