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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Category Archives: Fish
Tagine are traditionally slow-braised at low temperature, ate mounds of them during a holiday in Marrakech , usually I will cook a tagine in the slow cooker, usually using something that favours a long cook, mutton or rabbit. But this … Continue reading
On Friday night I found myself watching the One Show. Chef Jamie Oliver was appearing allowing a gentle back and forth with Observer food critic Jay Rayner about his review of Jamies latest restaurant venture Barbecoa After some gentle ribbing, … Continue reading
I love smoked fish and could happily eat it every day, the smoking gives fish an extra richness delicious in salads, fishcakes , pate. Thanks to Smiths Smokerys’ regular stall at Farmers Markets in the East Midlands , I … Continue reading
Every day I get up to have breakfast with Nick at at 6.45am before he heads off to work. However I have begun to suspect I am gestating a hobbit. Though not quite up to their 7 full meals a … Continue reading
Smiths Smokery Market stall at West Bridgford Farmers Market this weekend Smiths a family-run business first started catching eels on the East Coast of England over thirty years ago. For many years their eels were sold live to Billingsgate Market in … Continue reading
I was thinking fish for dinner Friday night, on my way walking past a restaurant menu on Friday which features Cod with Spiced Lentils. The fish stall in the market had plenty of large whole Whiting as member of the … Continue reading
Very excited to get blood oranges in the vegebox, sweeter than normal oranges, tinged with purple, the temptation was to put them into something sweet but I am a bit overloaded with cake at the moment. Following my policy … Continue reading
Dried and salted whitefish is sold by weight in the Caribbean store in Victoria Market in other stores it could be labelled is bacalao (Spanish) , morue (French) and baccalà ( Italian) I love salty anchovies in a pasta sauce … Continue reading
Someone confided to me at a music festival recently “I’ve only got a day left, so I am trying to plan which food stands to try. I don’t want to miss out.” Later someone else admitted that they were experiencing … Continue reading