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: April 2010
As a good forager , I will try anything. But I just cannot get on with nettles everyone raves about then in Nettle Soup but everytime I make it it ends up tasting like grass cuttings, just too strong. But … Continue reading
A spring green fix, the vegebox is full of asparagus , purple sprouting broccoli and spring green cabbage. I am very happy, early this week I stir fried asparagus with soy sauce , chilli and garlic, it was so delicious … Continue reading
I first became addicted to these rice paper rolls in an underground mall near my work when I lived in Toronto. They were incredibly simple just letttuce , coriander and a few large prawns, served with a small pot of … Continue reading
Finally I have laid my hands on some British Asparagus, great big fat stalks of sweetness , although I had seen some in the farm shop in Bristol this past week is was pretty pricey £5 for 6. My local … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I made beef cheek ragu , two large cheeks slow cooked until they begin to fall apart with red wine , tinned tomatoes, dried wild mushrooms, onions , garlic , bay leaves and oregano . Enough … Continue reading
Spaghetti & Meatballs, as I continue my temporary housewife role , tonight I decided to try out being a proper Italian mamma and make spaghetti and meatballs, it is relaxing and calming making tiny spicy meatballs and simmering tomato sauce. … Continue reading
Yesterday I had a day off , actually I am having quite a few days off because I have left my job it feels really weird , I haven’t not had a job since university but it was heaven waking … Continue reading
I have had a lot of experience of Korean Cuisine there don’t seem to be a lot of Korean restaurants, however a few months ago I had Kimchi , fermented pickled vegetables in a noodle bar in Nottingham. This pickled … Continue reading
After Devilled Kidneys yesterday another luscious breakfast this morning and a headstart on my five-a-day. Tender stems are sweet and the purple flour heads perfectly soak up the yolk. All you need to do is soft boil the eggs , … Continue reading