The Shine Radio Recipe
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Each week Noni Needs goes across the Petersphere in search of tantalising recipes to brighten-up your cooking and tickle your taste buds.
Noni loves to eat, cook, chat and have a laugh about what we put in our bellies.
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Vicky Evans Talks to Noni Needs about the Precision principle of pilates, why we need it, and how we do it, in our 5 part series.
Mad Berry Cake it’s all the rage in Steep. Alma Blackwell tells Noni Needs how to make it.
James ‘Foodie’ Fairweather explores his Russian roots and chats Stroganoff with Noni Needs.
You can cook it three different ways. Fillet of beef, pork or mushroom Stroganoff are all equally delicious.
Which one will you choose. Serve with rice or pasta.
And debate the amount of cream you use. Yum.
How to raise funds with a Burns Night – the virtual way.
Vickie Christie loves food. She’s best known throughout Petersfield for her sourdough bread at The Real Bread Company and Junipers, in Lavant Street, Petersfield.
But here, she chats to Noni Needs about her favourite Veganuary recipe – Mujadra and her love of Dahl.
Both comforting foods at their best.
Lucy Lomax updates Noni Needs on what Free Shop is up to during this January lockdown.
Praising the Community support they receive especially from The Food Bank, The Half Moon in Sheet (making ready meals), Petersfield Lions, all the supermarkets, and food Shops who donate.
Vicky Evans, a local pilates teacher tells Noni Needs how to use your breathing to easy your anxiety.
And let’s start Baking circles to support our NHS. Always with a sparkle.
Just keep breathing and baking.
Kate Fairweather shares her Delia recipe with Noni Needs, somewhere near Durleighmarsh, for Key Lime Pie.
A very famous Floridian recipe. That uses Key Limes but other limes will do.
It’s a great citrus treat that accompanies cuisine that isn’t English or European.
Simon Perry talks to Noni Needs about how best prefers his seville marmalade for breakfast.
A marmalade martini no less.
James “Foodie’ Fairweather talks to Noni Needs about cooking a Khoresh and the ultimate test of any Persian chef – checkout their chelo rice and the butter crispy Tahdig.
And there’s a recipe for how to make that all important rice – if you dare.