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Category Archives: March
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
Here’s the recipe I mentioned in the last veg box post using Wild Chickweed that came in my Organic Wick veg box this week. Chickweed was always just a really common weed for me. Then it turned up in my veg box here … Continue reading
For Magali. I know I promised. At last here’s the recipe…. Beetroot, Coconut, Orange and Pomegranate Soup
Rhubarb and Passion Fruit Mess – The Hackney Mess (A.K.A Annie and Gina G’s Rhubarb, Passion Fruit and Saffron Hackney Mess)
What a mess! Another version of this slatheringly yummy desert. Both rhubarb and passion fruit in season right now. Annie and Gina G’s Rhubarb and Passion Fruit Hackney Mess Made specially for Latitudinal Cuisine’s Eat With Art Serves about 8…..
Crusty on the outside with a gloriously gooey custardy middle….Another easy recipe from Dinner at Mine.….yesterday for our Easter brunch I added a few chocolate chips too….. You can use ramekins, but I used mugs to make them in, and … Continue reading
……and then I had the salad with crispy pork belly pieces…. Green Mango and Crispy Pork Belly Salad
I had forgotten about green mangoes. Green mangoes are exactly that, green, hard, unripe mangoes. But when chopped up small or sliced thinly, they have a sweet sour nuttiness. Brilliant with a simple dressing, and a lovely accompaniment to grilled … Continue reading