Better late than never as they say! This recipe dives back into the archive and combines a few ideas from my Spring Lamb dish. It’s carb free, quick and simple to whip up and I can’t get enough of braised lettuce at the moment…
When Henry and I went to Texas we were lucky enough to stay with some amazing people along the way. In Austin our Louisiana friend made us egg in a nest for brekka…. it’s a naughty breakfast that ticks all the boxes. We were very grateful to be introduced to this number!
Cosy and comforting, cheese on toast is always welcome. We made this over the bank holiday weekend in Aldeburgh, to enjoy on our laps as we watched Magic Mike (nothing like the Full Monty… and actually a really crap film, but this isn’t a film review blog so will stop there.) A simple recipe which uses ingredients you are bound to have lying about. Want inspiration for supper tonight… Why not give this a go?
I made far too much pasta and not enough sauce when I made Jools’ pregnant pasta earlier this week. Not one for waste – I decided to make this inexpensive supper… Pasta frittata. What’s not to love? Eggs, cheese and delicious pasta. Yes please. It’s a bit like a Spanish omelette, but the potato is substituted with pasta instead.
Summer holidays are just the best. I was so excited to spend a week in Tuscany with such a great gang of friends, surrounded by scorched yellow fields and dark green cypress trees.
If you are like me, weekend breakfasts are something to look forward to and nearly always focus around eggs. I am already planning one serious egg-feast for tomorrow, but in the meantime I wanted to share one of my favourite brekka recipes as inspiration for Saturday morning. I posted a pic of this a while ago on Instagram, but this makes the ideal protein packed post work-out fuel but better still why not just try it as an alternative to a fry up. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
This recipe is designed to help you use up whatever you might have hanging around in the cupboards or the fridge. It’s not meant to look refined, this isn’t dinner party food, it’s the kind of supper you want on a Sunday night. Although Chinese-inspired, it definitely has an Englishness about it too. Ultimately its numma and you should all try it.