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: Beef
It seems a bit wrong to be eating steamed puddings in July but the weathers been pretty odd and I really need some comfort food at the moment to power me through hours of breastfeeding and nappy changing. Nicks’ parents … Continue reading
As a family we went to Devon every summer for two weeks. Yes, Children of the Modern age, back in the 1970s/80s you had one holiday a year, to the same self-catering place, with no TV , intermittent hot water. … Continue reading
Frugality suits me I am never happier than when tracking down an ingredients bargain or using up leftovers. About 50% of conversations with my mum are about recent butchers/grocery bargains or creative meals with leftovers. Brisket is one of those … Continue reading
The one vegetable I look forward to every year in celeriac, nicknamed the ugly vegetable it’s thick skin rough , scarred covered in rooty tendrils. But the warty craggy exterior belies bright white flesh with creamy light taste both raw … Continue reading
I love reading recipes books in in bed in fact on returning from a few days away from home my boyfreind proudly related he had carried 20 books back down from the bedroom. I am even prouder to say I … Continue reading
Packing for festivals in England is always a fun challenge. Obviously as many waterproofs and warm clothes as possible, always a hopeful pairs of sandals and sundresses sadly destined to spend their time at the bottom of your backpack. But … Continue reading
Final meaty post for a little , after the joys of discovering indirect heat BBQ and getting a little carried away with BBQ Smoking joints we have lots of meat leftovers that need eating. One of the pieces we cooked … Continue reading
After the success of learning to BBQ with indirect heat on Friday night , a generous slipper Gammon joint went on the BBQ with a roll of brisket. The gammon was rubbed with a spicy mix of mustard seeds , … Continue reading
Have had one of those blessed days . I got up early to mop the floor of my flat whilst downing a pot of tea and marmite and banana sandwiches ( do not knock it unless you have tried it … Continue reading