Munchkins are great aren’t they, cuz you can drop them into your jacko-lantern displays with minimal effort to spiffing effect. But what the blazes do you do with them when Halloween is done?
This pumpkin cornbread rocks hard. Soft, moist, fluffy and alarmingly moreish, and that’s just the cornbread! Continue reading “Spiced Pumpkin Cornbread with Honey Whisky Butter”
We’re here to help with all that post Halloween pumpkin you’re soon to have. Continue reading “Roasting Pumpkin Seeds”
Times were, I wouldn’t have touched this parsnip affair with a barge pole.
Thanks be then, that times were are a million miles ago, and I can sink into a comforting bowl of silky smooth (veegs) loveliness any time I like. Continue reading “Parsnip & Celeriac Bake”
As summer rolls into autumn here, we’ve got one last summer veggie recipe for ya, and it’s a belter from Sri Lanka. Continue reading “Sri Lankan Runner Bean Curry”
This has to be the most elegantly decadent and ridiculously delicious way to enjoy courgette flowers. And believe me, we love to enjoy courgette flowers! Continue reading “Fried Courgette Flowers with Maple & Vinegar”
This is flippin’ lovely this is.
The salty feta meets the slight bitterness of the kale perfectly in this delicious paté, a dish worthy of such top grade kale, gifted to us by a friend and their bountiful allotment.
Couldn’t be simpler, and perfect for late summer evenings. Continue reading “Kale, Feta & Dill Paté”
Utterly delicious goodness going on with this tomato and white bean stew. Continue reading “Tomato & Cannellini Bean Stew”
I dream of these little babies. Have done since the first time I had them in a Turkish restaurant in Stoke Newington years ago. So far back in fact, that restaurant isn’t there anymore.
These dreamy, delicate iconic Turkish morsels, Kaymaklı kayısı tatlısı in their mother tongue, hail from Cappadocia. Where fairy chimneys dominate the landscape and underground cities rule beneath. I’ve not made that up. Continue reading “Stuffed Apricots”