Normally you can attribute the success of a dish to a particular ingredient. This however lets every ingredient share the stage. You can leave out one or more of the ingredients but each one adds its own voice to the choir.Using my last salad post as a base, (Check it out HERE) make it a full [...]
Bored of lettuce, tomato and cucumber salads? Me too. Try this. Beetroot, its the vegetable equivalent to Marmite. And like Marmite, I absolutely love it. Couple that with one of the best flavours in the world, sun dried tomatoes, and you have an amazing salad. Spinach and rocket make the bed, on top of that [...]
Is it time we replaced Brussels sprouts with something we actually like? Every year we put them onto our plate at christmas and every year they are scraped off our plate into the bin, or in our case into the dogs dinner bowl (a mistake as regrettable as adding them to our dinner in the [...]
Before making this I thought it was missing something, potatoes, couscous, anything. There didn't seem to be enough food for a dinner. I'm wrong again. It was satisfying, fresh and super tasty. Maybe I have conditioned myself that the bigger the plate of food the better, or the more satisfying. In my head your [...]
I have started doing some sketches for a new series of posts I want to start on growing herbs and vegetables. Here is my first attempt. Hopefully you can tell what they are.
Succulant crispy chicken on a bed of buttered leeks, and covered in a Rosemary glaze. Served with purple potato mash. There isn't much to report on this this meal but there were a couple of things worth mentioning. Firstly though the chicken was pan fried skin side down a while to get that lovely crispy [...]
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