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: July
Prior to my pregnancy I didn’t really like ice cream, I aways felt a bit to creamy and I preferred sorbet or an ice lolly but since getting pregnant I am happily obsessed with ice cream. Taking every opportunity to … Continue reading
Walking along the canal bank the other day I spotted some Horseradish growing , it looks a little like dock leaves , but there is a distinctive corkscrew twist to the leaves. I popped back to the house to get … Continue reading
Recently I found a second-hand copy of , “The Man Who Ate Everything” by Jeffrey Steingarten, a collection of essays from 90s written by the former Vogue Food Critic. In one essay on ripeness of fruit, I learnt that dessert … Continue reading
I cannot visit my in-laws this time of year without coming away with a tonne of homegrown goodies. They are on daily Courgette Patrol, necessary to assure no unattended courgettes sneakily achieve marrow status . So we left with a … Continue reading
My Mum is an amazing cook, she was also until recently a full time family doctor . When I was little she often worked Saturdays and would buy me and my little brother cakes on the way home. In summer … Continue reading
This week a very nice researcher from BBC Nottingham sent me a message , they were doing a piece on foraging and she wondered if I was able to show her some spots in Nottingham that day, where wild berries … Continue reading
Summer berries and currants are now in season. We don’t have any fruit bushes in the garden but wandering along the canal bank yesterday I was really happy to see a few straggly raspberry plants. The fruits were very small … Continue reading
I am determined to master filleting fish, it’s one of those skills that once mastered makes you look wholly professional. Thanks to You Tube I can now make a passable effort but I am still too stabby with the knife. … Continue reading
15 years ago I ate my first Thai food in a restaurant called Bankok round the corner from my house in Bristol. I was a still a teenager and my mum had taken me for dinner The menu was the … Continue reading