I’m back! I know it’s been a while. It’s been a busy few months for me since last time I posted, a few ups and downs and things that took precedence over dedicating time to my blog, but I’m back and full of ideas and inspiration.
The best pulled pork you will ever eat, that’s a bold statement I can hear you say. It’s not one I make lightly. I have had plenty of feedback that proves it. Numerous times I’ve had requests for this recipe, and it’s one that I’ve been holding back for a special occasion. To celebrate my return I thought I’d bring out the big guns. Continue reading “The best Pulled Pork you will ever eat”
It’s been a challenging time recently in my Kitchen. My better half Beccy has decided to go vegi, the doctor has also recommended that she goes gluten free AND we’re trying to cut down on carbs before our upcoming holiday. But I like a challenge and this has definitely forced me to think outside the box. Continue reading “Vegetarian Moussaka”
This chorizo and bean stew has got to be one of my favourite things to cook. Its so simple and easy to make but it tastes amazing, and it’s pretty healthy. Low in carbs and fat also high in protein (if you’re into that kind of thing haha).
Continue reading “Chorizo and Bean Stew with Cod”
I can’t think of anything better on a hot sunny day than a cold refreshing glass of cider and thanks to the lovely people at Acre #637, I was sent a couple of bottles to sample. It’s a medium dry cider with crisp clean taste, great for a lazy afternoon in the garden.
Continue reading “Sausages in Cider”
Friday is my favourite day of the week and not just because we say goodbye to 5 days at work but because of our weekly tradition. I don’t know if subconsciously my catholic roots are coming through but Friday is now officially Fish and Chip day. As soon as I pick up the kids from school they’re pestering to get to the chippy. This week though I thought we’d have a bit of a change and have a go at doing it myself.
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About 38 years ago (3 years before I was born) a frozen food company from Canada created a product that would revolutionise tea time in Great Britain forever. From its manufacturing site in Scarborough, McCain frozen foods began to produce the first frozen oven chips. My older brother and sisters told me of the day my dad returned from the supermarket clutching this amazing new culinary invention. From that day forward the chip pan was banished to the bin, so apart from a visit to the local chippy, I would never get to taste a proper deep fried potato.
Continue reading “Fillet Steak and Triple Cooked Chips”