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: Autumn
Another cookbook to kick my cooking muscles back into gear this time for Leon restaurants the takeout restaurants tick all my boxes with a focus on sunstainability and seasonally . Leon restaurants don’t exit outside London which is really unfair … Continue reading
This is definitely not a normal August dish but as I write this it is grey and drizzling, feels more like Autumn and I definitely need warming food. Juicy sausages with earthy pinto beans slow cooked til rich and sticky. … Continue reading
Loving these psychedelic purple and orange coleslaws – crunchy autumn alternative to slow- braised red cabbage. This Cabbage Fennel and Apple Slaw is lovely with grilled pork chops or sausages , smoked fish or on a baked potato ( especially … 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
Weekends this time of year need to include striding knee deep in piles of golden autumn leaves and returning to steaming bowls of soup . Even better if the soup matches the leaves. I am always so happy to see … Continue reading
This is the final recipe from the Cévennes region following on from Spatchcocked Guinea Fowl with Rosemary and Pancetta Pork , Kale & Chestnut Stew These recipes were provided by the author Rosy Thornton to complement her new fictional work Tapestry … Continue reading
This is the second recipes from the Cévennes region following on from Spatchcocked Guinea Fowl with Rosemary and Pancetta . These recipes were provided by Rosy Thornton to complement her new Tapestry of Love. The book is set in this … Continue reading
It feels like every time I post about my vegebox I am complaining about the latest vegetable descending on me. ( Remember the Turnips) I promise I do love my vegebox but seriously how can I be upbeat about Marrow … Continue reading
Last weekend at the East Midlands Food Fair held annually at Melton Mowbray. I was really excited to see a game stall ,Shaw Meats you cannot get more autumnal than seasonal game , pheasants, partridge not to mention, rabbits & … Continue reading