Yeah, I’ve still got it. Look: Sorry for radio silence recently, we have a new little puppy called Robert who is taking up lots of my time. But look at the sweetness: And I am writing lots for Metro about lots
My life in the kitchen summed up in one picture: This is a Le Creuset, apparently indestructible and a pan you should be able to keep and use for life. Well this has been through the dishwasher countless times, has been
Thank goodness it’s all over, am I right mums? Yes the little loves are finally back to school and no more days spent looking for something to do. Of course some of those long summer days had to involve cooking
I’ve just returned from a weeks sojourn in Southern Italy, staying in Sorrento and visiting the wonderful island of Capri. We were surrounded by incredible scenery and very rich and beautiful people. We also ate a lot of amazing Italian food.
I found a recipe on the internet that said you could make easy ice-cream just using some ‘on the turn’ bananas. Simply cut them into chunks and freeze them, and when you wanted some fruity ice-cream just push them through
Years ago I used to live in a lovely flat in Notting Hill with a lovely friend called Rachel, I always say that while I lived there I had the time of my life (and I really did), Rachel and
I used to love a Pot Noodle when I was younger, they seemed incredibly modern and were very useful during my early ‘vegetarian years’ when I lived at home and refused to eat anything my family cooked (and of course
I often remark that I can’t believe I am allowed to use an oven so frequently do I misuse it, I have however never caused myself much harm. In my last post I mentioned how I had misused my kettle,
THIS HAS REALLY JUST HAPPENED: I bought a new kettle yesterday (go me!) But after rinsing and boiling said kettle through a few times there was still a nasty, metallic taste to my tea this morning. So I looked at
Ah my Signature Dish has let me down! Well I might have let myself down by spending too long in the bath. Doesn’t look good does it? Tasted ok though, so I suppose presentation isn’t everything.