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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Ricotta Gnudi are light Italian dumplings, served with a Sage Butter sauce. Delicious.
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 […]
It’s 6.30am on a very cold and snowy morning in Hornsea, and I’m looking for inspiration, for Comfort Food, to cook for tonight’s meal. Something simple, but filling and fairly healthy – and I think I have just found it. Hows about Mushroom and Spinach Pappardelle with Crispy Sage? Sounds good, and looks even better, […]
Pumpkin Recipes – Risotto Well, it’s that time of year again. The fields around East Yorkshire have been denuded of their huge 0range globes, and the shops are now overflowing with Pumpkins. Erik has got into ‘Pumpkin Mode’ – it must be his American heritage that hankers every October for Pumpkin Pie. Every year we […]
Shoot first, eat later! No. This doesn’t mean we have developed a passion for ‘Big Game Hunting’, heaven forbid. What it is telling you and me both is that Erik and myself are hopeless bloggers. We take time creating and cooking nice meals, enjoying the aroma wafting around the kitchen, try and plate it up […]
In my quest for recipes using Chestnuts from the Sweet Chestnut tree, I came across this Chestnut and Butternut Squash recipe from the Good Food magazine. It ticks all the boxes, as far as I’m concerned, as I’m researching and stockpiling as many recipes as I can for when my Sweet Chestnut tree hopefully produces […]