Hot, Sweet & Sour Chicken Ramen

As it still feels like spring is a long way off, I decided another winter warmer was in order for the recipe this week.  This one is heading to the East for influence, but uses ingredients which you can easily find in your local supermarket.  There is also the added bonus that it’s all cooked in one pan, so there’s ... Read More »

Healthy Huevos Rancheros

A taste of Mexico tonight – a healthy version of huevos rancheros.  Huevos Rancheros is one of my favourite quick meals.  Traditionally eaten for breakfast, it’s one of those ones I could eat any time of the day, and one of my go-tos when I’m late getting home.  Sadly the fried corn tortilla in the traditional version makes it something ... Read More »

Spicy Sausage Pasta

I knew I would be late home tonight, so needed something for dinner that was quick, easy and tasty.  This one definitely ticks all those boxes.  In fact, it’s so quick that the sauce will be ready by the time your pasta has cooked. Spicy Sausage Pasta Print Recipe A delicious, quick, creamy spicy sausage pasta. CourseMain Dish, Quick Dinners ... Read More »

Slow Cooked Lamb Curry

Welcome to my regular Thursday recipe.  If I had to pick one type of food that was my favourite to cook and eat, even if it’s not the most photogenic, I’d probably go for Indian.  Yes, I love doing elaborate dinner parties, but not every week, and lately I’ve been really into Thai but there’s something really satisfying about a ... Read More »

Leek & Celeriac Soup

We were out for dinner with friends on Saturday, at the always wonderful Wedgwood the Restaurant and one of my friends ordered the leek starter.  We all commented that we loved leeks but didn’t eat them often for some reason.  With this conversation in my head, I thought leek would be an ideal ingredient for my new soup maker’s inaugural outing.  I ... Read More »

Homemade Burgers

Sometimes you just really fancy a nice juicy burger for dinner, but I don’t like to buy pre-made ones, as I really like to know what I’m eating, and ensure there are no hidden fats or fillers.  This burger recipe is quick, doesn’t need any equipment, other than a burger press, should you wish to use one (in an ideal ... Read More »

Seville Orange Marmalade

Two of my favourite things are the stunningly beautiful city of Seville and the cute little marmalade sandwich nibbling bear, Paddington. To celebrate my upcoming trip, Paddington’s first foray onto the silver screen, and the relaunch of my site, I’m going to share an extra recipe this week. Gorgeously bitter Seville oranges are only available in January and February, so ... Read More »