Autumnal Recipes – Part Two Enough of kitchens for now – back to Autumnal Recipes – Part Two. As the nights are now drawing in earlier on the East Coast of Yorkshire, and the log burner is lit about 4.45pm to warm up our lounge, I feel the need for more comfort food. There is […]
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I’m amazed its time for Autumnal Recipes again.
Elderberries in Autumn “What on earth do we do with those purple elderberries in Autumn,” asked Erik. Not being entirely sure, I decided to trawl through cookbooks and the internet to find out the answer, as we have a big bush, almost a tree, only a few yards from our brand new kitchen. Our Elderflower […]
Amazing Asparagus & Recipes Part 2 For Part 2 of Amazing Asparagus & Recipes, I have chosen two of my favourite new recipes from Delicious magazine. The Asparagus season in the UK hasn’t that much longer to go, so I am determined to make the most of this amazing vegetable before it tips over into […]
Amazing Asparagus & Recipes. Just to say that it’s been a very dark and sad week in the UK this week, with the horrific and mindless killing of very young, teenage and older families In Manchester. My five Grandchildren range from 6 years old up to almost 18 years old, and they bring me so […]
Searching for Turmeric Recipes Well, as you can see, I’m searching for Turmeric Recipes to help with my Cancer. My specialist’s Professor in India has done a whole load of research into Turmeric regarding women and Cancer, and regards it of great importance. So my quest for information begins here. According to the BBC Good Food […]
A Cake for Easter? I was just searching for something that looked luscious and different, a cake for Easter, and found this fantastic one on a site by Great British Chefs, from Food Urchin. It’s called Revani, a Greek Semolina Cake, and looks perfect to share with family and friends. We’ve been gardening like mad, […]
More Wild Garlic Recipes Here we are with More Wild Garlic Recipes again, as promised. So thrilled to see our Wild Garlic spreading so successfully in our small woodland area, half-way down our garden.When my oldest friend, Dilys, came to stay when I was poorly, a couple of years ago, she began to dig up […]
Wild Garlic Recipes Time Again Hurrah. It’s that time of year again when our Wild Garlic leaves are vigorously pushing through the soil in our garden, so I decided to trawl through our cookbooks and the internet for some new Wild Garlic Recipes. Erik is threatening to pinch all the leaves to make Wild Garlic pesto […]
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 […]