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Creamy mushrooms and egg

Creamy mushrooms and egg

Creamy Mushrooms and Egg On the weekend my breakfasts tend to be a bit more extravagant than during the week. During the week I’m cooking quite a bit so often keep it really simple – mostly cereal. It was a chilly start this morning (Saturday) […]

Caribbean-Style Chicken Curry

Caribbean-Style Chicken Curry

Chicken Curry All I fancy eating right now are curries, stews and comfort foods. Curries are the perfect warming dish as we move into the cooler months. I’m a big fan of curry as I mention in my Curry Goat recipe. I’ve tweaked this recipe for […]

Baked Chicken and Creamy Potatoes

Baked Chicken and Creamy Potatoes

Baked Chicken and Creamy Potatoes Whenever I cook chicken it’s always the dark meats such as the thigh and leg that I like best. It’s much more forgiving and less likely to dry out than the breast. I also think that it has a lot […]

Baba Ganoush and Boiled Eggs

Baba Ganoush and Boiled Eggs

Baba Ganoush and Boiled Eggs If I only ate one meal a day it would be breakfast. I pay more attention to it than any other meal as it sets me up nicely for the day ahead, which is often filled with all things food […]

Wiltshire Chilli Farm: Naga Fried Chicken Recipe

Wiltshire Chilli Farm: Naga Fried Chicken Recipe

In collaboration with Wiltshire Chilli Farm Naga Fried Chicken I like a bit of spice in my life, more specifically in the form of chillies. Growing up in a Caribbean household spice was a staple and over the years I’ve built up quite a tolerance […]

GDPR and a Greek Inspired Recipe: Prawns and Feta Cheese

GDPR and a Greek Inspired Recipe: Prawns and Feta Cheese

Prawns and Feta Cheese Well, I guess you are all bored by the GDPR email requests spamming your inbox. I’ll be quick with mine. If you’d like to know about Food I Fancy’s updated Privacy Policy and the Cookies employed on the site, please visit […]

Baked chicken and leek teriyaki-style skewers

Baked chicken and leek teriyaki-style skewers

Chicken and Leek Teriyaki Skewers I often cook Asian-influenced meals because I love the speed of it. I can usually knock up a full plate of food from start to finish within half an hour. One of my regular and favourite dishes is teriyaki style […]

Drink: Honey and Apple Cider Vinegar

Drink: Honey and Apple Cider Vinegar

 Honey and Apple Cider Vinegar Drink I wrote a post a little while ago about a supper club I attended with food that aided gut health. In that post I also mentioned that I drink diluted apple cider vinegar with the mother, daily. Admittedly it took […]


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Asparagus, Egg and Wild Garlic Crumb

Asparagus, Egg and Wild Garlic Crumb

Asparagus, Egg and Wild Garlic Crumb I don’t know what’s going on with this weather, but I’ve created a lovely seasonal recipe with foraged wild garlic from a recent trip to Wales. You don’t have to go to Wales to find wild garlic. They tend […]

Grilled Sweet Corn with Feta, Chilli, Sumac and Yoghurt

Grilled Sweet Corn with Feta, Chilli, Sumac and Yoghurt

Hands up if when you were a child you used to eat corn on the cob like a typewriter cartoon-style? I did, and whilst I may not eat it like this nowadays, I still like to get stuck in with my hands and nibble on […]

Curry Goat

Curry Goat

Curry goat is one of my all time favourite dishes and what differentiates a Caribbean curry goat to any other, is the use of scotch bonnet peppers. This amazingly hot pepper has a great distinctive flavour, which delivers a deliciously fruity note. However, the pepper […]

Recipe: Steamed Lobster with melted Garlic Butter

Recipe: Steamed Lobster with melted Garlic Butter

  I cook fresh food as often I can and I’m lucky to be able to get the majority of my ingredients from some of the fabulous markets nearby. I would usually do a modest shop, cook in bulk and eat whatever it is throughout […]

Recipe: King Prawn Linguine in a Tomato and Caper Sauce

Recipe: King Prawn Linguine in a Tomato and Caper Sauce

Weekends are when I spend the most amount of time cooking, but during the week I tend to fancy something quick and simple, so I can spend more time watching trash TV, socialising, reading or of course, blogging. Pasta, risottos, stir-fries and salads, among others, […]