Becky a 30 something old Brit , living in Nottingham,UK. Though this blog and I started our lives in Bristol nearly 10 years ago.
I love to cook with seasonal fresh and often wild ingredients from foraged ingredients from the city and country.
If you like what you see or have some suggestions please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment on my blog
Monthly Archives: November 2006
This was a recipe to use up leftover mushrooms , but it could be stuffed with anything really Stuffed Butternut Squash with Wild Mushrooms 1 butternut squash stilton to sprinkle over For the stuffing Mix of wild mushrooms – funnel … Continue reading
Blewitts are just that “Its …. that are um blue….” in the case of the wood blewitts the underside the gills give off a beautiful lilac hue For the field Blewitts their stems are stained with what looks like blue … Continue reading
…… Clouded Agaric ( clitocybe nebularis) causes allergic reactions in some people but the tonnes growing in the woods this autumn and on the advice of the guy running my fungi class meant that I decided to take a chance. … Continue reading
The autumn colour change has been delayed by unusually warm weather but it seems to be here This Sunday in the woods the beech leaves had turned yellow and were floating down the forest it looked like an amazing cathedral … Continue reading
Ran home from evening class to hit listen again and snuggled down with Peppermint Tea ….. screamed at the radio for 15 minutes… but Ruth did not sleep with Sam ( phew I can breathe out again ..) …vaguely considered … Continue reading
against horrible sandwiches from the shops ( even the gourmet ones seems to taste of nothing …how do they do that… they always taste “cold” ) . So its nice being home a lunchtime and making my own food So … Continue reading
Wild Mushroom and Chestnut Tart The mushrooms asre funnel caps and wood mushrooms sliced and mixed with roasted chestnuts . Laid on rolled puff pastry , drizzled over with egg and a little milk and baked at 220deg for 20 … Continue reading