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.
If you like what you see or have some suggestions please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment on my blog
Category Archives: Spring
Rose Prince writes in the New English Kitchen “Making stock in the home creates an atmosphere. You walk in the door to an aroma that tells you, good food is in this place . The atmosphere never really leaves. When … Continue reading
First posted May 26th , I have just re-posted this since I found some more free ranging asparagus this morning went to look for this post and realised I had somehow deleted it from the blog. This morning I was … Continue reading
Perhaps the most inspiring show I have watched this year has been the Edible Garden with the lovely Alys Fowler, for a year she devoted her small garden in Birmingham to growing as much edible produce. Not rows of carrots … Continue reading
I love burgers , big thick juicy burgers , I even requested them for my birthday last year , lovingly BBQd the longsuffering Nick at 8pm at night. In the montly regional farmers market in Nottingham City Centre ( Every … Continue reading
Yesterday was the hottest day so far this year and thankfully I got the bus into Nottingham early to hit the East Midlands Regional Farmers Market ( held every third Fri/Sat of the month in Nottingham Market Square) for some … Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago in Bristol I was sniffing around St Nicks Market bookstore and picked up a copy of Madhur Jaffrey’s Indian Cookery , this was a book that sat beside Delia in my house growing up indeed … Continue reading
This is a rich tart, although a combination of smoked haddock and leek is more traditional in practice smoked mackerel is more easily available . We seem to get leeks in the vege-box all year round , I have made … Continue reading
St George’s Mushrooms are strong smelling tasty mushrooms that usually start to pop their heads up after st Georges Day on the 23rd of April . However nature is not an exact science and I have been checking my favourite … Continue reading
When @foodwriter tweeted that she had enjoyed roasted asparagus with anchovy crumbs. I love anchovy crumbs I first discovered them in a risotto recipe . Though the crumbs are very easy to make for extra conveinience I have a small … Continue reading