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: November 2007
Very easy but heartening quick stew about 2 minutes preparation , one of those store cupboard dishes , just have to remember to take the chicken out the freezer , alternatively they defrost in warm water in about 25 minutes. … Continue reading
I am not a big chocolate eater but I do have a soft spot for a Bounty Bar ( featured here on the stunning Chocablog ) sadly its a bit cold and rainy to venture out. Making some food for … Continue reading
Chrismas Gingerbead Cookies in the wild ,eaten while walking the coastal path in Devon , the red blobs are actually Scarlet Elf Cap Wild Mushroom growing in the grass. This is probably going to be my Christmas card .This image … Continue reading
After the success of the sticky gingerbread last week I am in a baking frenzy for the upcoming weekend away attempting to prove my domesticity and provide sustenance for the planned mammouth walks. Mostly carrot cakes are made with raisins … Continue reading
Returning home from the weekend the fridge is pretty empty other than a box of mushrooms from the vegebox , I could eulogise forever about how different these babies are to anything you find in a supermarket instead of going … Continue reading
Urggh Frustrating Day – work has “upgraded” my laptop with Windows Vista so even trying to type a document. Just formating a simple document means hours tracking down all the standard functions under cutesy irritating graphics – its time to … Continue reading
Wanted something a little bit wicked and spicy the asian slaw is deliciously fresh and crunchy next to the oily smokiness of the fishcakes. Just grabbing a bunch of coriander the rest of the ingredients were in the house already … Continue reading
> As Guy Fawkes Night is celebrated across the UK on the 5th of November obviously , always seems a bit perverse that the foiling of conspiratorial plot to blow up the Houses of Parliament in 1605 should be celebrated … Continue reading
Its cold outside and have some cooked red cabbage from the weekend and some beetroot from the vegebox . So it is time to revive a recipe from earlier in the year , giving credit to the recipe to flickerite … Continue reading