Happy New Year 2009

Happy New Year 2009

Becoming a tradition this mosaic

I certainly seem to have cooked and eaten pretty well this year . Thank you to everyone who has inspired me in 2008 and for all your lovely comments.

For me 2009 is set to be incredibly scary since I am moving  after 30 years on and off in Bristol  my home town I am  pretty scared but calming myself with the hope of plenty of new foody experiences .

Bye Bye 2008 .. Hello 2009

1. Spiced Baked Apricots, 2. Pork Chops with Cider and Rosemary, 3. Cabra al Romero Sandwiches, 4. Salmon cured with beetroot and vodka, with cream cheese on malted toast, 5. Pear Tart, 6. BBQd Koftas, 7. Lamb , Olive & Tomato Stew with Olive Bread, 8. Sag Paneer, 9. Mashed Broad Beans with Preserved Lemon & Mint on Walnut Toast, 10. Shepherds Pie, 11. Roasted Wild Mallard Duck with Balsamic Cherry and Lentils, 12. Two Peach & Cardamon Tart, 13. Salt Marsh Lamb with Spiced Salad, 14. Asparagus Roasted in Parma Ham, 15. BBQ Mackerel, 16. Greek Salad, 17. Tri Color Salad, 18. Dim Sum for Dinner, 19. Wild Garlic Butter, 20. Wild Garlic, Courgette and Asparagus Salad, 21. Three Seed Bread Rolls, 22. Three Bean Chilli, 23. Smoked Mackerel and Beetroot with Creamy Fennel & Lemon Dressing, 24. Tomato and Haricot Bean Soup, 25. Oatmeal Raisin and Coconut Cookies, 26. Chick Pea , Kale and Spicy Lamb Meatball Stew, 27. Breakfast – Wholegrain Toast , Soft Cheese, Watercress and Smoked Salmon, 28. Creamy Herb Lentils, 29. Date Balls, 30. Vodka Marinated Salmon and Beetroot Chutney Canape, 31. Rhubarb and Ginger Upside Down Cake, 32. Faggots in Dark Ale & Onion Gravy, 33. Lavender and Rosemary Lamb Neck Fillet with Bean Salad, 34. Pork and Sweet Potato Peanut Chilli Stew, 35. Paprika Chicken Livers with Coriander & Mint Yogurt, 36. Chilled Courgette Soup with Radish and Mint Pesto

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6 Responses to Happy New Year 2009

  1. Ginger says:

    I love your mosaic, I wish I could work out how to do one too.

    I hope the move to London goes well, you’ll be in good company as there are lots of food bloggers. Perhaps we’ll see you at one of the meet-ups.

  2. Helen says:

    Yay! You’re coming to London?! Brilliant – perhaps we shall meet in 2009! Are you on Twitter?

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