Most of the time, I make recipes using whatever I happen to have in my fridge. This week, I got a fennel in Tesco reduced to 10p, mushrooms 5p, thought I’d try some game from the butchers and had wedges of oranges & lemons leftover for party drinks. The result was this- a delicious stew… Continue reading Game, fennel & orange slow-cooker stew
I really used to hate steaks. So chewy and boring to eat. And always over-cooked (sorry mum). Then I became friends with my butcher (a good tip- they know their stuff!) and asked for a flat-iron steak (also known as a feather blade steak). He went out the back and had to cut it from… Continue reading Get to know your butcher: the humble flat-iron steak.
This cake uses quite a few ingredients you might not have in your cupboard but it is worth trying: full of good fats and low in sugar. Like a Nakd bar only a cake. Hurry up and pass the fork. Serves 8-10 Ingredients 200g whole almonds 100g dessicated coconut 100g stoned dates 3 eggs 150g… Continue reading Almond, coconut and date cake with rose water and cardamom