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Hi and welcome to my site! I’m Debbie - the Pixel Chef – a freelance photographer, media creative and lover of food, walking, yoga and cycling.

On the Pixel Chef Blog you’ll find lots of my photos along with recipes for cooking up digital manipulations. You'll also find real recipes - with more photos - to help you cook up a storm in the kitchen!

From 2020 I am also offering support to artists, small businesses and community to help them with their online presence - from setting up a Blog or website to help with social media.  If you have a project that you would like help with then please get in touch!

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Norfolk Show revisited

NORFOLK SHOW REVISITED NORFOLK SHOW REVISITED So today would have been the second day of the Norfolk Show – our county’s oldest and most wonderful show case. I have memories of the Norfolk Show going back to childhood, when we would all get days off school so that we could visit. My most prominent memories…

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Lock down food

LOCK DOWN FOOD So how has lock down been for you? Or maybe you are still there – reluctant to venture out and face this rather uncertain new world. I know that I am. Like many people at the start of lock down, I was filled with lots of ideas of what to do with…

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The Prague diaries – Day 1

THE PRAGUE DIARIES – DAY 1 THE PRAGUE DIARIES – DAY 1 RECAP: MAY 2019 At Christmas there was a ridiculously large and mysterious box under the tree from our children Tom and Reya  (well they are 19 and 24!). It was one of those Russian doll presents – boxes within boxes until finally there…

Food and recipes

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Pearl barley and feta bake

OK – I’m back with a vengeance with lots of recipes, photos and photoshopping ideas!  Today I thought I’d hop on the meat-free Monday train with this  lovely vegetarian twist on the frittata packed full of green goodness and tangy cheese. Pearl barley has enjoyed a bit of a renaissance of late and is now…

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Dryathlon day 4: Grumpy

Last night I again slept really deeply – so much so that I over slept and missed my early morning yoga class damn it! Friday night is curry night in our house and I cooked some rather spendid vegetarian dishes event though I say it myself! Then my son Tom decided to open a beer…

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Dryathlon day 5: I poured some wine!

Yes I poured some red wine – it smelt so lovely! But don’t worry not a drop passed my lips instead it went in with the roast lamb where after a couple of hours it turned into a lovely rich gravy! This was the hardest day of the Dryathlon so far. I do so love my…

Morning walk

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That was October

October came and went so quickly – it certainly was a strange month in terms of the weather with temperatures in the 20s some days. When the sun wasn’t shining we had some amazing skies and a couple of very dramatic storms. Last week was half term and we went on a mini road trip…

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That was September…

Bit late in doing this but here we go…the month in pictures – a mix of morning walk pictures, phone pictures, family stuff and a few work ones thrown in for good measure!

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Super clouds – super moon

It began this morning with another lovely later summer early morning walk.  The sky was bluer than blue with curious streaks and wisps of clouds trailing across the sky. This evening there was a super harvest moon. We bolted our tea and rushed to see it rise orange and streaked with cloud,  from the village…