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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Out twice in two weeks, it must be a record. But when a very well known cocktail bar opens in your neighbourhood and invites you to their launch it would be very rude to turn them down. The Botanists new … Continue reading
We have burgers most weeks I love making my own. I kept reading about beetroot burgers being this big trend. So I wanted to try to make my own you can’t really have enough purple food! I read a few … Continue reading
A finally got out for the first time in so long this week. As I was planning my escape a final guilt trip from my 6 year old. I said it would be fun to have a babysitter.”But you left … Continue reading
Emily is obsessed with making lists and quizzes at the moment. What is your favourite colour? What’s your favourite shape? What is your favourite food? She gets annoyed I can’t say one favourite food. But Falafels would definitely be up there. This is a … Continue reading
Tonight’s dinner is a picture of health This salsa was adapted from something by Paul Rankin, it’s an amazing rainbow of green red and pink from the picked ginger something you usually only have with sushi I’ve always served the … Continue reading
This used to be one of our go to evening meals especially when we had a veg-box. This year the greens in the garden have gone a bit crazy purple sprouting broccoli and kale grown from seed. It is lovely sending … Continue reading
You have to make the most of an English summer because blink and you miss it. A quick trip to the Farmer’s market yesterday yielded an enormous lump of pork belly with the ribs in. We did get a … Continue reading
This sounds like a really dull healthy dish. And though it is healthy but it’s definitely not dull. It packs a mean punch. I make it to use up things in the vegetable/salad draw, or when there really isn’t much in … Continue reading
I wrote a few weeks ago about the lovely Inkyung, a Mum at Em’s school who gave me some of her home-made kimchi. It was delicious and thankfully Inkyung is now teaching everyone how to make amazing Korean food from … Continue reading