Lovage is an amazing herb, and has the more subtle aroma and taste of celery. Lovage leaves, the fresh smaller ones, can be mixed with general salad leaves to enhance the taste, which just lifts salad leaves to new heights. Or, as I did last week, on a rainy day, grab a large handful and […]
Recipes using our home-grown fruit and vegetables.
Recipe: Food is Beautiful – The Kitchen Garden proves it! I had a food adventure the other day, in my own Kitchen Garden!! Erik is a brilliant photographer, always has been, always will be. But the other day, one of those rare August sunny days, I was in the Kitchen Garden and realised that the […]
So excited that in a few days Erik and myself and two friends are going to be guinea pigs for our local Artisan bread-maker, Patrick Crabtree, of Feast Rising Bakery. We first met Patrick at our local Farmer’s Market, near the Humber Bridge in East Yorkshire. His stall had sold out of his delicious bread […]
Recipe: Bruschetta for lunch, anyone? The kitchen garden is overflowing with luscious greenery and fruit and pods – peas, broad beans, mange tout and the start of the runner beans. We are spoiled for choice. So I came to the conclusion that the time was right for me to be brave and make a dish […]
Tomato Soup Recipe – (or how I discovered it) Years ago, I was newly married, with a tiny baby, and what happens. An electricity strike! No oven for hours at a time. How to cook? Then my father saved the day and bought me a 2-ring gas burner (a camping stove) and my panic was […]