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: June 2009
I was very excited last week to find gooseberries in the greengrocer , I used to eat so many unripe gooseberries from my grans garden they gave me tummy ache. When I finally learnt some patiences and they ripend I … Continue reading
I don’t buy meat from the supermarket with great local butchers near my work and close to home and the sadness that usually descends when I look at all the plastic packaged meat in the supermarket. However yesterday I did … Continue reading
I wasn’t surprised by the news that many mayonnaise based supermarket salads contain more fat than a big Mac . They never look particularly appetising .Salads should be fresh flavours , seasonal vegetables , herbs, grains , pulses. I … Continue reading
When the lovely boyfriend asked me what I wanted for my birthday dinner, I think he was a bit surprised when I said burgers. I blame the bloggers some of my favourite food bloggers (Antics of Cylcing Cook & Dinner … Continue reading
A very relaxing day being a cat, I had a proper lie in and then padded around the house stretching and settling. Listening to the bees buzz and birds sing. I found some lamb shanks in the freezer and was … Continue reading
The weather cannot quite decide, if its being hot or cold but this was a dish for one of the warmer evenings. I bought a very large bag of fregula sarda a Sardinian cous cous .Larger than the more common … Continue reading
Last week I was tagged by Wendy at A Wee Bit of Cooking on the subject of home with a meme for Refugee Week 2009. The campaign aims to raise awareness of refugees’ contributions to society through a wide range of … Continue reading
I am totally addicted to pickles, there is nothing that can’t be significantly improved by the addition of a layer of spicy- sweet goodness, cheese , ham , even fish benefits from a few slices of gerkins or capers, ( … Continue reading
There are so many delicious new potatoes around this spring and to end this spring salad the last of the asparagus , the season which is apparently ending early this year, both of these are delicious warm with a vinegary … Continue reading