Some of you may remember a very stressed blog post a couple of years ago as I struggled to make Christmas Dinner for 12 without the benefit of sleep for the previous 72 hours. It wasn’t pretty and I vowed never to put myself through that again. Continue reading
Quick and easy, cheap and tasty. The perfect mid week supper. Continue reading
I’m always on the lookout for simple ‘one-pot’ suppers that can be assembled in no time at all, bunged in the oven and served with a simple salad or a side serving of steamed greens. To fit the bill the recipe needs to be warming, spicy and delicious too. This is the perfect example – works for one and scale for a family. Just delicious!
When you’re trying to lose weight – or even trying to maintain your figure – lunch can be the most difficult meal to get right. For those of you lucky enough to work from home, here’s a list of lunches that are easy to shop for and produce in just a few minutes. Delicious too. Continue reading
We realised at the last minute on Sunday that we had a magical ‘free’ day. We decided to make the most of it and whizz up to the Imperial War Museum: one of those things we’ve meant to visit and never got round to. Time for a quick and easy dinner that I could stick in the oven and forget about for a few hours. Continue reading
Rooting around in the fridge the other day I found a lone chicken breast, a couple of tomatoes, a red pepper and a neglected bag of rocket which needed using up. Somehow I needed to rustle up some supper from this or do an emergency dash to Waitrose. Continue reading
I forget where this recipe came from, though I seem to think it was part of Abel & Cole veg box recipe book. Anyway, it’s delicious. Continue reading