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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Tag Archives: thyme
After gathering nearly 1kg of oyster mushroom towards the end of a walk , I had totally missed it but my eagle eyed assistant spotted a huge amount growing on a stump towards the end of our walk around Hartington … Continue reading
Further food from cooking for my mum , I served these creamy herbed lentils with trout baked in the oven . I love these lentils they just look like beautiful little stones , called Puy , french or continental lentils … Continue reading
Slow baked Lamb Half a Shoulder of Lamb 1 Bulb of Garlic roughly chopped 3 Medium Sized Onions roughly chopped 3/4 of a bottle of red wine Salt and pepper to season Place the shoulder of lamb in a cast … Continue reading
Back from some very wet but lovely walking in Wales over Christmas the rain comes from all directions , getting soaked to the skin requires some very warming soup on return . Some quick preperation before heading out means and … Continue reading
Food from the weekend, this is a dish cooked in two parts, the chicken is roasted first while the oven is on for other food .Finished off in very easily when hungry with a delicious juices to mop up. Chicken … Continue reading
Ended up going back to my laptop tonight to work late , but took a therapeutic break to pound some bread , though I use the food processor to mix , pounding dough before a 25 minute prove calms me … Continue reading
Trout with salad of butternut squash , green beans feta and thyme As I have said before my mother is an impressive cook for a girls night we hit the cinema ,though dinner out would be nice , after a … Continue reading
Currently pretending to be very healthy with piles of grain and pulse based salads. Beetroot , Goats Cheese Beluga Lentils and Thyme Salad The great thing about these salad is that unlike tomatoe or lettuce based salads they actually mature … Continue reading
Last couple of weeks I have been able to fall back in love with the vegebox too much time away from home too much work has meant it has been a little neglected Rhubarb made a fantastic tart and even … Continue reading