Becky a 30 something old Brit , living in Nottingham,UK. Though this blog and I started our lives in Bristol nearly 10 years ago.
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: November
Tonight’s dinner was inspired by recent brief trips to Morroco and France. In Marrakech I had a lovely lamb with onion and prune tagine heaped with saffron-sweet caramalised onions. It was so good I had it two days running. … Continue reading
My halloween always involves carving a pumpkin. Cutting a lid & scooping out some of the flesh and seeds , and carving a rough approximation of a scary face and setting it in the window lit by a single tealight. … Continue reading
Dinner for my mum last night, it had to be this shoulder of lamb since I need to make some freezer space for Xmas , sorting through my cupboards found a bottle of madeira which is quite sweet so figured … Continue reading
You might have thought after the Good Food show I would be all food shopped out but managed to summon a little energy to head for a final foodie fling. Bristol like most English cites nowadays has a little continental … Continue reading
BBC Good Food Show definitely lives up to its name …. hundreds of stalls , plenty of tasting and demonstrations . It was my first time but there were clearly lots of regulars envy-inducingly well equipped with shopping trolleys. My … Continue reading
How is this for frugal cooking, really smacks of the seventies but trust me its lovely . You could add cream at the end but I don’t think it needs it . Next time for an extra iron hit I … Continue reading
Its a standing joke that as a West Country girl I do love my cider after a long days walking. ( or at a festival – proper cider I hasten to add that doesn’t have cubes of ice in it … Continue reading
This is a really nice light evening meal but very zingy. Roasting roasting chickpeas gives them a delicious chewy texture removes the powdery texture they can sometimes have and while roasted cauliflower sounds wrong it works very well carmalises ( … Continue reading
I have been a very bad blogger recently , though I have been eating pretty well due to some excellent preperation of food from the freezer , meals they tend not to look too appetising quickly reheated and chewed down … Continue reading