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This is my all time favorite Chicken and Leek Pie recipe from Exclusively Food that I converted for the Thermomix. 1 tablespoon oil 400g skinless chicken breast chopped into bite size pieces. 100g …

This is my all time favorite Chicken and Leek Pie recipe from Exclusively Food that I converted for the Thermomix. 1 tablespoon oil 400g skinless chicken breast chopped into bite size pieces. 100g …

Chef Shaun Rankin was brought up eating plate pies. As he explains, his mum would often bake on a Sunday afternoon using whatever was left over from lunch: "You would think after cooking such a big Sunday roast she might have wanted to put her feet up, but not mum." If you haven't any leftovers but still fancy a pie, use diced chicken breast instead.

Chef Shaun Rankin was brought up eating plate pies. As he explains, his mum would often bake on a Sunday afternoon using whatever was left over from lunch: "You would think after cooking such a big Sunday roast she might have wanted to put her feet up, but not mum." If you haven't any leftovers but still fancy a pie, use diced chicken breast instead.

Never buy expensive air freshener sprays again! It's easy to make your own natural Febreze air freshener with these 3 simple ingredients--any scent you like.

Never buy expensive air freshener sprays again! It's easy to make your own natural Febreze air freshener with these 3 simple ingredients--any scent you like.

We love this minimalist, simple outfit. Straight, fitted black pencil skirt with a loose but flattering grey sweater. We love this style! You can dress this up or down depending what you're doing that day.  @francesca

We love this minimalist, simple outfit. Straight, fitted black pencil skirt with a loose but flattering grey sweater. We love this style! You can dress this up or down depending what you're doing that day. @francesca

Coat – Mackage Jeans – Frame Sweater – Public School Coat – Raye x Stone Cold Fox !function(doc,s,id){ var e, p, cb;getElementById(id)) { e = doc.createElement(s);