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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Author Archives: Becky
You have to make the most of an English summer because blink and you miss it. A quick trip to the Farmer’s market yesterday yielded an enormous lump of pork belly with the ribs in. We did get a … Continue reading
This sounds like a really dull healthy dish. And though it is healthy but it’s definitely not dull. It packs a mean punch. I make it to use up things in the vegetable/salad draw, or when there really isn’t much in … Continue reading
I wrote a few weeks ago about the lovely Inkyung, a Mum at Em’s school who gave me some of her home-made kimchi. It was delicious and thankfully Inkyung is now teaching everyone how to make amazing Korean food from … Continue reading
A kebab on a Saturday night is traditional. But if I am having it at home I go all out , homemade lamb koftas , freshly made flatbreads , kebab salad and mint-yoghurt. Lamb Koftas Makes 8 koftlas 500g of … Continue reading
It’s pretty cold seems like although the daffodils and crocuses are out winter has returned and I want something hearty but not stodgy. Stir Fried beef unless you choose an expensive cut and cook it very quickly can be chewy. … Continue reading
I’ve been settled with my other half for more than ten years now. Back when we got together meeting someone was still based around mates introducing you or getting sufficiently tipsy in a pub/club that talking to a total stranger … Continue reading
I’ve been ill for a few weeks now. Disgusting cold/sinus making all food taste like cotton wool and headaches that make me feel permanently hungover. To try to self-medicate , when I can face eating my food has been getting … Continue reading
Well I said I was back and I said it would be honest and this is the kind of thing I was coming up with 8 months before I had Emily . Haggis and Pomegranate Flatbreads So beautiful and trust … Continue reading
When I became a Mum 5 years ago. I lost myself. I worked out eventually how to be a Mum, enough to do it a second time and once I went back to work I remembered how to be the … Continue reading