This is a simple pud you have to make. It uses my good old friend the slow cooker and is unbelievably delicious.
So this weekend it was Dad’s birthday. Who doesn’t love a birthday party? It’s an excuse to scoff even if it’s not your own. Mum and I had a number of discussions throughout the week before we finally settled on the menu… Continue reading
Jools Oliver eats this when pregnant…I can totally understand why. I found myself craving this dish after a very grey and drizzly Monday following a full on weekend. I can see this becoming a regular in the winter, to be enjoyed on Sunday nights with the forthcoming season of Downton.
This recipe is a bit Scandi and a bit different. It was literally created on the back of a craving I had for something fresh and palate cleansing for supper. The rich and flakey smoked trout combined with cooling cucumber is a real winner. Ideal for a light lunch on a summer’s day, a starter at a dinner party or a simple supper. Take your pick.
I cannot sadly take credit for this recipe. It comes from my great friend “The Culinary Queen of Pimlico” who gave it the name Chicken in Sick. Fear not, this recipe is far from revolting, and actually should be called Chicken in heaven…but that just wouldn’t be as memorable would it!
With Wimbledon around the corner it seemed apt to blog about British strawbs and cream. This recipe takes the humble strawberry and lifts it to new heights. Most supermarkets keep fruit in the fridge which literally kills the flavour. With the addition of just a few ingredients you can make this berry sing and taste amazing once again.
Dinner parties don’t have to be stressful and this recipe takes very little preparation time, feeds lots of people, looks impressive and tastes numma. So many ticks! I managed to shop for all the ingredients and get supper on the table by 8.30 without feeling like a slave in the kitchen… win.