Inspired by broad beans in the weekly veg box, this crab risotto is a recipe for one
There is a big list of ingredients but its well worth the effort for this tasty pork curry
I look forward to the chilly days of autumn when I can get my slow cooker back out of the cupboard, and this tasty chicken dish is firmly back on the menu.
For me, nothing epitomises summer more than a simple salad of mixed tomatoes. Great with grilled meat or fish, and even better the next day for lunch with crusty bread to mop up the juices
I’m a bit late writing this as yesterday we travelled to Spain, we left home at 4am on Sunday morning, which left us feeling pretty disorientated for the rest of the day. I woke this morning to a beautiful sunny day, I feel very blessed to have this wonderful bolt-hole in the sun and pinch … Continue reading Week 17
Wow, four months in and I’m still shopping locally for all my food! Unfortunately, I had to go to a supermarket this week; we needed boring stuff like toothbrushes, bleach, washing up liquid, cleaning cloths etc. And because we have the builders here now for the next few months I bought a big box of … Continue reading Week 16
I don’t know about you, but when I was a kid we had bread with pretty much every meal. Then along came the low-carb fad diets and my intake of bread was drastically reduced. In recent years, I’ve made my own bread: but honestly, it takes flipping ages, and usually by the time its proved, … Continue reading Good bread is my ultimate convenience food
This was the first year for the Thrive team in Digbeth, and they put on a great show in Birmingham. I'm looking foward to next year. Eat, Move, Thrive.
What an amazing bank holiday weekend at Lichfield Food Festival
Take me back a couple of years and I would have had a little panic attack if you’d told me I’d have too cook for a vegan, I remember a relative was dating a vegan for a while and I announced to the Committed Carnivore that he better not invite them to stay as I … Continue reading Vegan by happy accident