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: September 2007
I have been very slack at hunter gathering this summer, but as autumn comes into its own , the hedges are a flame with rosehips ( I will be making some rosehip syrup again some great recipes from last year … Continue reading
A saturday night in by myself and time to get good and garlicky ( while the boyfriend climbs moutains on stag do ) I was slow baking some lamb , most of which will be going in the freezer , … Continue reading
The woods were alive with dripping beefsteak fungus this weekend not much else though. Slices just like meat I have cooked with it before sliced and fried in a pan its a strong taste and protein rush, last year I … Continue reading
The flight home gave me a viscious cold , so made some hearty soup using a tasty cabbage from my vegebox . The vegebox has challenged me a great deal over the past year with cabbages . Thought they did … Continue reading
I cleary got all inspired by the bread in Turkey and though I have baked loaves and pizza bases before , I have never got around to making a flat bread so thought I would have a go and broke … Continue reading
After posting about all the lovely food in Turkey I was a bit sad to come back to the UK & getting stuck back into work . Apple, Watercress ,Rocket Peccorino and Toasted Walnut Salad With the prospect of a … Continue reading
Our last day before a scary 2am flight we had our final tour of the lovely town we had been staying in Dalyan ,situted on a river delta where they filmed The African Queen I swimming in sea lake and … Continue reading
If the kebab is the quick cook food then it is perfect that the country should also have some delicious slow cooked dishes. One restaurant even cooked then in large terracota clay pots broken open at the table , bit … Continue reading
When is a kebab not a kebab? I never knew before there were so many different types of kebabs but a week in Turkey is highly educational , from the first day a delicious cast iron pot served an Anatolian … Continue reading