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Three Onions

Three Onions

I’m always on the look out for props – cheap bowls, napkins, cutlery and the like. My attention has shifted recently to routing around in skipsRead More

Nigel Slater’s Lemon Cake

Nigel Slater’s Lemon Cake

To be honest I am not that impressed with the photo in Nigel Slater’s Kitchen Diaries of this cake. It’s in the usual subdued tones IRead More

Waiter There’s Something In My… Bread

Waiter There’s Something In My… Bread

Bread. Bread in all it’s yeasty, aroma producing, glory. That’s the theme for the next round of Waiter There’s Something In My… I’m looking for RyeRead More

Waiter There’s Something In My… Hot Cross Bun

Waiter There’s Something In My… Hot Cross Bun

Last year, and last week as it happens, I made a batch of Hot Cross Buns using a recipe that produces a firm, rustic, bun. TasteRead More

Da Gigetto’s, Maine, Italy

Da Gigetto’s, Maine, Italy

There is a big scrawl in my note book surrounded by a double square. It lies half way through notes on the meal I had lastRead More

McCain Mature Cheddar and Mustard Gratin

McCain Mature Cheddar and Mustard Gratin

I’m not really one for ready meals – it’s more of a concern of additives and levels of salt and the like rather than a tasteRead More

Buffalo Mozzarella With Broad Beans and Chopped Lemon Sauce

Buffalo Mozzarella With Broad Beans and Chopped Lemon Sauce

Another supper or lunch dish from last months Observer Food Monthly. This perhaps a little more involved than yesterdays Savoy Cabbage dish in that you haveRead More

Savoy Cabbage Supper

Savoy Cabbage Supper

Been feeling bad recently that my consumption of fruit and veg hasn’t reached the holy grail of five-a-day; far from it in fact. So this simpleRead More

Chocolate Muffins

Chocolate Muffins

My good friend Malika celebrates her 30th today. Down the pub later of course but I thought a little homemade treat would be in order. TheRead More

Apple Pie

Apple Pie

A second entry to Waiter There’s Something In My… Pie, as hosted by Jeanne at Cooksister. Like yesterday’s Game Pie the pastry uses lard. Rather thanRead More

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