This recipe worked out so much better than I thought. When I first had a look at it in an old BBC Good Food issue I really didn't think all that much of it. But On a night where I needed something speedy and efficient I gave it a go and boy! Was I taken… Continue reading Harissa crusted salmon with chickpea salad
You may get the idea that my griddle pan is getting well used this summer. And that's exactly how it should be! By now I've griddled countless aubergines, courgettes, tomatoes, pork chops, steaks and lamb cutlets... And everytime, it's incredibly simple and easy food that just tastes amazing. All of those dishes have something in… Continue reading Griddled courgette, pine nut and mozzarella salad
Last week we came home, after a 7-hour drive from Bristol to Glasgow and 5 days spent in Glastonbury. Needless to say, we were tired though very very happy. I had picked up that weekend's issue of The Guardian's Feast which provided me with the inspiration I needed for a quick dinner on our way… Continue reading Rachel Roddy’s Penne all’arrabbiata
Menemen is a Turkish dish which is very similar to a Bulgarian dish called Mish-Mash. Fair bit of Bulgarian cuisine is inspired by Turkish and Mediterranean cuisine so it's hardly surprising. The main ingredients are onions, tomatoes, peppers and eggs. While the finished version doesn't look the most appealing, it is indeed really tasty, especially… Continue reading Menemen with peppers and feta
A chicken soup perfect for the season of cold weather and regular colds...