Becky a 30 something old Brit , living in Nottingham,UK, Though this blog and I started our lives in Bristol.
I love to cook with seasonal fresh and often wild ingredients from foraged ingredients from the city and country.
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Monthly Archives: July 2008
This isn’t just beans on toast , this is organic Riverford broad beans on homeade walnut bread toast …. it was my very tasty lunch , the mashed broad beans would also work really well with pasta I think or … Continue reading
Despite all the ridiculous scaremongering from the weather forcasters it was a beautiful evening in the Midlands , I had spent all day alternating between staring at spreadsheets and staring at the sky. At lunchtime tempting the ” Gods of … Continue reading
I have been thinking about buying a breadmaker for a while . Bread prices are rocketing and I have become convinced this something I ought to be doing myself . I have been doing more baking recently its been the … Continue reading
Fillets from the neck were not a traditional British butcher’s cut but in these days of nose to tail eating finding these more and more often cheaper than steask and better value I think than chops , they are delicious … Continue reading
Lots of courgettes and radishes in the vegetable box and have a large bunch of mint , I was saving it for Pimms but I don’t think its ever going to be hot enough for that delicious summer drink. I … Continue reading
This wild Mallard Duck has been in the freezer since my trip to Borough Market in March . Corerection it has been in in Nicks freezer since March and he has been nagging me to do something with it . … Continue reading
This is another example of the lovely Nick pulling out all the stops to get me to blog the food he cooks. This not only tasted fantastic it was so pretty delicious sweet new potatoes and broad beans from the … Continue reading
Lots of swiss chard in the vegebox and I was thinking about making a chard tart , I had made double shortcrust pastry for the Peach and Cardamom Tart yesterday and had even taken some cheese out of the freezer … Continue reading
During the week in London I like to walk along to Lower Marsh Street Market its very small just a few fruit and vegetable stalls . So far I have picked up some tasty asparagus and apples. Last week, I … Continue reading