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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This is another example of the lovely Nick pulling out all the stops to get me to blog the food he cooks. This not only tasted fantastic it was so pretty delicious sweet new potatoes and broad beans from the … Continue reading
The second Sunday of the month Bristol Slow Food Market which we are steadily eating our way through this week from the Thoroughy Wild Meat Company , from the Somerset Salt Marshes, these lambs graze on coastal salt marshes … Continue reading
The first Sunday of the month is a magical time its the Slow Food Market in Bristol, although we do have a Farmers Market its on a Wednesday afternoon which is a tricky time to make it into two . … Continue reading
At the end of the day and a strangely inspiring team meeting , I walked back to the train station along the river in Taunton talking to the wild bunny rabbits and buttercups, clip clopping along in in my new … Continue reading
This morning at the train station a more than slight embarassment when a tonne of smelly wild garlic unleashed a viscious smell at the ticket counter . The garlic was leftover from the weekend forays, though I had managed to … Continue reading
The weather has just gone very hot and up for more assembly that cooking , The vegebox was awash with summer vegetables asparagus , courgettes even tomatoes but cannot really eat them until have finished up some of the winter … Continue reading
Yesterday after a cloudy start , it was warm and lovely here in the South West , I walked home from work full of the joys of the proverbial Spring , but with the certain knowledge I need to up … Continue reading
Grilled Lettuce , I know it sounds very very wrong but it works very very well. Really intensifies the vegetable taste of lettuce and quite a good way to use them up if they have begun to wilt slightly. Even … Continue reading
Long long days and 3/4hr wait on a very cold train platform got home a little grumpy with ingredients for some easter cup cakes but also needing something to eat for dinner Heading off for the bank holiday weekend so … Continue reading