I’m amazed its time for Autumnal Recipes again.
Main course using Poultry
Spring Chicken Pie for Tea? Dare I believe that Spring is already upon us? Just found a recipe for Spring Chicken Pie, so hopefully Spring is here. We’ve had a good deal of sunshine in Hornsea over the last couple of weeks. Being honest, we have had some rain in between, but that’s good for […]
It’s 5.45am, and I’m trying to decide what Bank Holiday Recipes to cook for a very soggy Bank Holiday – it’s a choice between Chicken Traybake, Flambeed Chicken with Asparagus or a Chunky Apple, Raisin, Walnut & Cider cake to keep us warm. Maybe make them all?
Thinking ahead to the weekend, I searched through the recipes of one of my favourite chefs, Donna Hay, and found just what I wanted to cook – a Crispy Chicken Breast with Cauliflower Risotto recipe. This recipe sounds perfect – the crispy skin outside of the succulent chicken breast, partnered with the soft, comforting flavour of finely […]
Well, I just can’t believe what’s happened to my appetite. ‘Appetite Upside Down’ is the best way I can describe it! Before I started Chemotherapy my Doctor warned me that it may affect my appetite, and she was right. My ‘sweet tooth’ has disappeared, I’ve gone off both red and white wine, even my favourite […]
Just come across this finger-licking Chicken recipe from the Saveur food magazine, so let’s get on with the show: Chicken Licken’ Good is coming up right now! This dish is of Palestinian origins, and it struck me it would be a perfect one to share, in a relaxed manner, with family and friends. It looks […]
I’m sure Erik and myself are not alone in hearing all the dire warnings of a. Eating too much b. Not exercising enough c. Eating too much sugar and d. Eating too much red meat. But I think that as you get a bit older, appetites can change. Right at this moment in time, on […]
How’s about a brilliant Chicken recipe – Baked Italian Chicken – one that reminds me of years of holidaying in Italy, near Lucca. We took turns cooking at the old farmhouse we rented with friends, and when it was Erik and my turn, a trip to the local supermarket was an absolute treat. This was […]
Spring is almost here and my mind turns towards lighter days, lighter foods and lighter wines to enjoy. Goodbye roast beef and burgundy for a while and hello to chicken salad on a sunny day with a glass of Astrid’s favourite chilled Percheron Viognier/Chenin Blanc from our good friend Geoff Walker and his wine importing […]