Honeycomb Recipe These few days between Christmas and the New Year are, for some people, the chance to have a few days off work and do the sort of things they don’t usually have time for. One of the fun things I have always wanted to do, is to make fantastic crunchy, sweet Honeycomb, better […]
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Happy Christmas to All Well, it’s that time of year again, and I just want to wish all our readers a very peaceful and happy Christmas, and let’s hope 2017 will be a year when the World sorts itself out, and spends more time, energy and money on healing and rebuilding both countries and lives. […]
Stunning Starter Recipes Just been searching for Stunning Starter Recipes to tempt our taste-buds over Christmas and the New Year, and I’ve come up with some that really appeal to me. Maybe it’s getting older, but there are times that I fancy two smaller starter dishes than one big, huge platter of food that almost […]
Christmas Recipes & Tips If you need any Christmas Recipes and Tips for preparing a relaxing Christmas Dinner or Christmas meal for friends, just go to the ‘Food’ section on the Menu bar above, travel down to the bottom and click on ‘Christmas’. We have loads of Recipes, Tips and info gleaned over the years […]
Mor Christmas Recipes Christmas is fast approaching, and I’ve been trying to find more Christmas recipes to tempt our tastebuds. The first one is a slightly unusual but easy starter, Mulled Wine Pears with a Roquefort Dressing, which sounds spicy and warm, with the creamy richness of Roquefort cheese making this a very different starter. […]
Guess it’s time to start thinking about Christmas recipes, and this Smoked Salmon & Guacamole Shots recipe really appeals to me. Everything I love in one glass, and it would make a brilliant and light starter for a Christmas meal. I must look out our old shot glasses, to make sure they are big enough. Smoked Salmon […]
Just sometimes, when I wake up very early and creep into my very cold tiny office, pitch black sky filtering through my voile curtain, I feel the urgent need for comfort food. On goes my computer, bought back to life by my freezing fingers, and comes to my rescue. Look what I discovered this morning […]
Apologies to all for not blogging since May this year. Having recovered my stamina since my Cancer treatment, I realised that I needed to put a lot of effort into my slightly neglected Kitchen Garden. And that took some doing, believe me! But best of all, we had to finish the final design for our […]
Maybe it’s because I’ve been spending hours, every day, digging and sowing and watering in my Kitchen Garden recently – but planting all those tiny, vulnerable vegetable plants has really given me A Taste of Spring.
Tales from Our Kitchen Garden The weather in East Yorkshire hasn’t been so bad – no hurricanes or floods or horrendous weather conditions like that – but it has been very wet, slightly frosty with little bits of sunshine. Yesterday (the day of the Tour de Yorkshire beginning), our weather decided to give us almost […]