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: October 2009
Sometime you want something with plenty of laters and slow cooking ,thankfully our overflowing freezer steps in when time is short, I feel desperately organised getting a lump of brown something or other out in the morning to find by … Continue reading
This dish has it’s origins in my plan for a dinner of tapas , but after a busy week cooking a lot of little dishes was not quite on the cards .So I scaled the dish back to one slow … Continue reading
A couple of weekends ago I had to accept that Summer was over & that last of the tomatoes were never going to ripen. Green Tomatoes seem very popular in the US not so much here in the UK , … Continue reading
I was a bit scared when LBF said that he was going to learn fly fishing ,it’s not that I am squeamish or have ethical objections . No it’s the gear… there is a lot of gear , rods , … Continue reading
Last weekend we went apple picking . A patch by the railwayside where amongst all the scrub land there are loads of neglected apple trees. I wonder if this was an orchard once, because there are a lot of varieties … Continue reading
Years ago living in Canada I would often go for DimSum when I had a hangover. While I love dumplings my favorites were often slightly unidentifiable sticky pieces of bone in spicy sauces. Somehow I have a cold again so … Continue reading
I was pretty excited to see smoked eels for sale at the East Midlands Food Festival from local Smiths Smokery. However after buying one I was quickly educated by fellow Twitterers that eels are a heavily overfished species. I had … Continue reading
This roasted chicken recipe is slightly adapted from Casa Moro, I think any combination of hot spices with the preserved lemon makes a delicious roast . Leaving the chicken to rest after roasting means you can use the combined chicken … Continue reading
I adore squash not only do they taste amazing they are beautiful to look at grow brilliantly even in the British climate but .Watching our little pumpkin grow has been heaven as it stretched it’s little tendrils across the vegepatch. … Continue reading