Harking Back To Last Summer – The Best Ever Burgers Well it seems winter is back. We’ve had a few days of spring but how soon they faded! This photo of my home made burgers just got my mouth watering in anticipation of all the great BBQ food a good … More Harking Back To Last Summer – The Best Ever Burgers
The Double Ended Pie. The Weighbridge Inn sits between Nailsworth and Avening near Minchinhampton. Their speciality is a double ended pie with the filling of your choice at one end and then generally cauliflower cheese at the other. This is then topped with lovely pastry and I recommend it be … More The Double Ended Pie.
The flavor we think of as bubblegum is a combination of wintergreen, vanilla and cassia, a form of cinnamon.Foodimentary
When saute potatoes become gnocchi! I set out last night to make Pollo a la Milanese with saute potatoes and some green beans. As it turned out, my wife was telling me something interesting as I was par-boiling the spuds. So interesting that by the time I remembered I was … More When saute potatoes become gnocchi!
Chilli & Tomato Prawns With Secret Tom Yum Sauce. I call is ‘secret’ because Tom Yum is my new found secret ingredient for this recipe and adds a whole new dimension to this classic dish. Just a teaspoonful mixed in with some water and white wine gives a really rich, … More Chilli & Tomato Prawns With Secret Tom Yum Sauce.
I believe buying a good quality, very sharp kitchen knife is the single most significant thing you can do to both improve your cooking and get more enjoyment out of the kitchen. I’ve tried lots of brands, shapes and sizes in the past, but last year bought two knives from … More No.1 Thing to Improve your Cooking.
Ez brought in some luch blueberry scotch pancakes today and kindly gave me the recipe. I’ll give it a shot tomorrow and report back. Here’s enough for 12 small pancakes 120g self raising flour 30g catser sugar 1/4 pint milk 1 egg whisk egg and milk together add flour and … More Esme’s Scotch Pancakes
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If you have young children you’ll know they always spill drinks down their trousers – here’s my little one’s brand new dungarees drying out whilst we ate at the wonderful Crown at Frampton Mansell today.
For me, cooking is all about flavours that compliment each other such as; ginger & lime, spinach & nutmeg, plum tomatoes and fresh basil etc etc. But one of my all time favourite combos is butternut squash and sage. The two compliment each other so well by bringing out the … More Roasted Butternut Squash and Sage Risotto