Ras El Hanout Lamb Shanks | Two Ways

Lamb shanks are probably my favourite cut of lamb, slow cooked they yield a surprising amount of delicious meat that just falls off the bone. I had picked up some Ras el Hanout in Tesco […]

Guinness and Treacle Bread

This recipe was given to me by my sister. I made it several times and then misplaced the recipe. I tried a number of other recipes but none tasted just right. Then one day recently […]

Love Your Cookbooks |The Linky

So a month ago I set myself a cookbook challenge, to start to use, and not just read, my vast collection of cookbooks. I also promised a future linky and here it is. I would […]

Home Made Chicken Goujons

Homemade, oven baked, goujons can be a bit of a sad affair. They can be a bit dry and are usually not that crispy. They often end up being a bit of dried chicken with […]

Quinoa with Roast Vegetables and Pomegranate

My sister and her crew were down with us last weekend and amongst the noise and chaos of the cousins reunion we sat and chatted in that comfortable way that only sisters can. While we […]