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.
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Monthly Archives: March 2009
Last Saturday Laurence Keough made a Lamb Rasher Salad on Saturday Kitchen and Nick the lovely boyfreinds’ ears pricked up , mostly because anything with the word rasher has him salivating Homer Simpson- style On Friday he returned happy from … Continue reading
Yesterday the weather wasn’t really great for walking, dark clouds in the sky, so we opted for a day hanging out in Nottingham . Off course we stopped off at Victoria Market carefully secreted at the top of a shopping … Continue reading
This morning on Something for the Weekend they were making CornBeef Hash cakes , easily influenced I instantly began craving something potato cakey .. I have made salmon fishcakes before with leeks and also spicy fishcakes with asian Slaw , dill … Continue reading
My first bit of foraging of the year . I was working from home on Friday , which meant at 5 on the dot I shut off the computer and dragged my lovely boyfreind off for a walk along the … Continue reading
Went into Derby this weekend to check out the markets , despite being in a landlocked county Derby has at least three good permanent fish stalls in the market each with a massive range of fish and friendly staff . … Continue reading
This is a classic Italian dish , Cacciatore means hunter in Italian I had a busy week hunting and gathering or sitting at my desk and getting eye strain from my monitor ,this seemed a suitable dish to be waiting … Continue reading
While my bofreind was tucking into his breakfast on Saturday , bacon, egg and black-pudding, I was pondering what to do with any leftovers from the pack of bacon In a blinding flash I remembered that my mum often cooks … Continue reading
It was the last of the lamb from Welsh Farm Organics and , the shoulder , undoubtedly my favourite cut. I often slow casserole lamb shoulder with red wine. But this shoulder deserved something special to ensure I could taste … Continue reading
Why hasn’t lasagne made it onto my blog before , I think because it is often not very photogenic, and thats a terrible reason not to put something on , because I love lasagne. Lasagne is a dish of my … Continue reading