Padron peppers are the Russian Roulette of the pepper world. It is claimed that one in ten of the usually mild pepper are super hot. To be honest I’ve eaten loads and have only ever had a hot one on one or two occasions, so […]
I’ve always being wary of pressure cookers. I remember as a child seeing them viciously hissing on the stove at family get togethers. Nearly every Caribbean home owned one. The other day I was talking to friends about pressure cookers and was surprised to find […]
Psst! I know where you can get free food. You can find it in most woodlands and riverbanks around the UK at this time of year. Can you guess what it is? Wild garlic. Wild garlic belongs to the chive family and has a soft […]
Last year I created a recipe in aid of Organic September. Like before, I was given a range of Sainsbury’s SO Organic products and from it decided to use the risotto, wine, walnuts. I was also given a voucher to get more products if necessary (it was) […]
Shop bought puff pasty is my latest ‘thing’ at the moment. It’s so versatile that I can’t believe I’ve only just gotten around to cooking with it. It’s dead easy to use and you can achieve great results with little effort.
Fancy a sandwich with a difference? The difference – no bread! The reason for this is that I don’t eat much bread, as it tends to bloat me out. But, the biggest shocker – it’s completely vegetarian too!
I’ve been having random little chats with a goat on Twitter – no, I’m not crazy (well, maybe just a little). Her name is Ethel and she is one of five goats that help to produce Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese. She’s set a number of […]
A few weeks ago I went to the West Norwood Slow Festival and a what a fab day it was. There were some great stalls selling a variety of artisan produce; iberico ham from Brindisa, chorizos, cakes, cheeses and lots more. You’d be hard pushed […]