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: July 2009
These were made by my lovely boyfreind , salty garlicky goodness 4 large mushrooms1 small white onion finely chopped2 cloves of garlic grated4 tinned anchovies finely choppedHandful of grated parmesanHerbs de provencePepper Soften the onions and garlic in a pan … Continue reading
Salmon wrapped in Prosciutto with Broad Brean , Courgette and Fennel Salad. This was Friday nights dinner , broad beans from the vegebox are getting pretty large, once steamed for a few minutes and definitely need peeling , but I … Continue reading
Definitely not a sauce for those not enamoured of garlic or chilli , Chimichurri is a delicious green sauce or marinade from South America that I can feel doing me good as I eat it . Delicious with chargrilled BBQ … Continue reading
Thought I better balance out my meat fest post with some evidence that I am still getting my five a day with plenty of lovely seasonal foods from the garden and vegebox Broad Bean , Butter Beans , Tarragon and … Continue reading
I recently got offered a hamper from Natoora . Hampers sometimes bring up thoughts of tinned spam and Quality Street, but this is another league offering delicious Continental and English seasonal food, meat cheese , wine and fresh vegetables boxes, … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I went for dinner with my boss and one of our advisors , Dave, after a couple of glasses of wine Dave mentioned a conference his university were running and invited us to the fringe event … Continue reading
G w Dundas 25 Main Street, Breaston, Derby 01332 872 133 I pretty much swore when I moved in with LBF that I would reduce his carnivore instincts. However, I had not reckoned on the power of GW Dundas and … Continue reading
Who knew anyone could be more infectiously enthusiastic about seasonal food than Hugh Fearnley Whittigstall and then the BBC finds Valentine Warner a self confessed glutton for fresh seasonal food. A man whose eyes and mouth widen constantly at the … Continue reading
A couple of months ago we planted some tiny courgette plants, I have watched them survive a major aphid and caterpillar attack , seen flowers grow and wilt and finally they are large enough to eat. I wanted a supper … Continue reading