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- A different kind of view this morning. #gatwickairport #blochotel #blighty instagram.com/p/vsgj6vRKxf/ 1 day ago
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- The best Lardo (oh my!) and some of the best prosciutto I have ever eaten..... #italy #forksattheready instagram.com/p/vrfm0bRK9t/ 2 days ago
Eat The Seasons
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Brilliant co-operative run by local residents in Hackney Wick, bringing in organic seasonal produce from a farm in Essex.
Category Archives: Breakfast
Easy peasy. Spelt and Wild Garlic Scones First pick a handful of wild garlic leaves……worth the effort….usually I can find a few clumps of it in Wick Woodlands near where I live……OR today I spotted growing pots of it at Panzers …. not … Continue reading
One whopping long post…catch up time….. …….So I’m at the end of last weeks veg box, and I’ve friggin got my Organic Wick order in too late for this week. Bummer. But!…. I’ve had a good week playing with the last … Continue reading
These tissue wrapped beauties came from Cobbs Farm shop in Hungerford, Berkshire, which I picked up on my way back from Somerset. This week I also had a freshly squeezed glass of the bloody nectar at Rochelle Canteen and it … Continue reading
Another of my desert island dishes. How to boil eggs? ……
Trim some asparagus by snapping off their woody/tough ends. Bring two pans of water to a boil. Add eggs to one and boil for about 4 minutes. Add a big pinch of salt to the other, and steam or boil … Continue reading
On the night of the launch we gave away goodie bags which included the dry ingredients, (you just needed to add the wet one’s.) and recipe to make a Spelt Soda Bread loaf. I’ve just set up this new Dinner … Continue reading
The book is out and I’m……not sure how I feel about it all……So I had roast aubergine and field mushroom on toast to think about it.
If you don’t particularly like aubergines, I expect it’s because they have not been cooked properly. You need to cook aubergine really well all the way through so it gives up and becomes meltingly soft. Imagine that warm. Pure pleasure. … Continue reading