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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Author Archives: Becky
Em’s lovely nursery recently revamped their menus. I thought was pretty good before but now they have really gone all our with variety Here are few of the mains Szechuan Pork and Basmati Rice Carrot and Coriander with Orange Zucchini … Continue reading
This is an alternative to chinese crispy duck pancakes , delicious from Chinese restaurants but a pain to cook at home , I’ve done it but burnt fingers from stripping boiling duck really aren’t worth it . In this a … Continue reading
I was saying yesterday , I hate cooking. The thing that used to be my relaxation has rapidly become a miserable depressing chore. Done whilst a child wines or cries. Shopping done on sterile online shopping. And worst since I … Continue reading
Em is 3 years old now and eagerly awaiting the arrival of the new baby. The optimist in me hopes she will continue to be a good helper . As she is at the age where she wants to do … Continue reading
This is the first year Emily has been big enough to be able to ask what kind of cake she wanted. The answer was an instant “Gruffalo” . After some googling a 3D cake seemed rather out of my skill-set and with … Continue reading
Poor poor neglected blog it’s like that pet that you have before you have a child and then completely ignore. Except my blog doesn’t start scratching the furniture and weeing in my shoes, it just sits their forlornly with occasional requests … Continue reading
Two years ago some new things came into my life. A slow cooker , a pressure cooker and a baby. The first two have definitely made it easier coping with the latter. A pressure cooker cooks things very fast when … Continue reading
More magic from the slow-cooker, so easy I don’t even sear the meat, never needed to, all the ingredients thrown in first thing in the morning and after even the worst day a delicious meal. I really love Lamb but … Continue reading
It’s got very cold, so the slow cooker is on overdrive. No soggy brown stews here, I need stickiness and spice. Beef ribs are something you never see in supermarkets so you need to visit a butcher. I hit the … Continue reading