One for the summer that’s on it’s way, and lazy day picnics, classic swiss chard and feta quiche. Continue reading “Swiss Chard, Feta & Herb Quiche”
I’m cooking with lentils more and more these days but realised we feature them so rarely here at Charlie’s. Well it’s time for that to change!
Here’s one of my favourite ways to cook lentils at this time of year, when cime de rapa, the deeply green, and bitter tops of turnips are at their seasonal best. Continue reading “Braised Lentils with Cime de Rapa”
2HR PREP AHEAD ALERT
A lively symphony of flavours on a plate.
Bitter tones from the puntarelle, bright citrus notes from the grapefruit, salty staccato accents from the capers all boldly encased in a sweet, silky dressing. Continue reading “Puntarelle, Red Grapefruit & Caper Salad”
We’re making Jenny Chandler’s Porridge Bread and oh my days it’s a revelation!
Big fans of Jenny ‘The Bean Queen’ Chandler round these parts.
If, like us, you’ve been wanting to start making your own bread at home for a while but can’t ever seem to get off the starting block, then this simple and delicious soda bread recipe is for you!
You have nothing to lose by trying this, please do. Continue reading “Porridge Bread”
This one’s so easy to knock up, and a delight to behold. And taste.
I know cooking raw beets can be a faff at times but they are so worth it. And, we use some of the cooking water for the dressing…. so…. Continue reading “Balsamic Beets with Labneh & Radish Sprouts”
Everybody loves this! Every time.
An out and out winner of a mid-week recipe, so damn fast to make from essentially store cupboard stuff. Also fit for gatherings of the ones you love. Continue reading “Feta baked with Tomato & Oregano”
OVEN DRY AHEAD ALERT
You can never have too many tartlet recipes up your sleeve, especially at this time of year. They are quick and easy bung in the oven tasty stuff. Continue reading “Oven-Dried Tomato & Dolcelatte Tartlets”
30MIN SOAK AHEAD ALERT
Bread pudding. The hero example of creating something from nothing. Wherever there is bread in the world, there is a version of the great bread pudding. Continue reading “Bread Pudding”