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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Tag Archives: Tomato
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
Baked Beans in tomato sauce the fancy version. I had soaked the beans planning on using them at the weekend but change of plans meant they still needed eating so whipped up this soupy stew. Dinner watching Torchwood and Dr … Continue reading
First weekend in two months is hasn’t rained lots of long walks round water making friends with the wildlife in the winter sunshine , but its still pretty cold when you get in a warming meal definitely required … out … Continue reading
What to do with a sad looking cabbage hiding in the vegebox after Christmas , well I say stuff it the weather is getting cold with snow predicted so it seems fitting to make an Eastern European recipe inspired recipe. … 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
I cleary got all inspired by the bread in Turkey and though I have baked loaves and pizza bases before , I have never got around to making a flat bread so thought I would have a go and broke … 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
against horrible sandwiches from the shops ( even the gourmet ones seems to taste of nothing …how do they do that… they always taste “cold” ) . So its nice being home a lunchtime and making my own food So … Continue reading