Roasted Miso Marinated Vegetables and New Business

Greek Meatballs

We are on our third week of country wide lock down due to Covid-19, It is slowly starting to feel like the new normal. Speaking of normal will we ever get back to how it was? If not how will it be? What will we change? How has it changed us? In this time of … Continue reading

Pulled beef, feta cheese and Wild Garlic Pie

Pulled beef pie

Pulled beef and feta cheese pie #pulledbeef #pulledbeefpie

Sunday lunch, pork belly and seeded roast potatoes

PorkBelly with roast potatoes

It is getting colder outside and I seem to be wanting hip hugging, slow roasted and filling foods. I want the house to be filled with the smell of cooking and teasing my appetite. I usually make Sunday a real foodie day and this week I bought pork belly from P Small & Sons Butchers. … Continue reading

Prosecco & Hot Sauce glazed pork cheeks

glazed pork cheeks

It seems just a couple of weeks ago we enjoyed an Indian summer, going for long walks in the sunshine, enjoying the last days on the beach. The rain arrived, it got darker earlier and all of the sudden I was roaming around my closet looking for warmer coats. Colder weather always makes me think … Continue reading

Hake & Pancetta

Hake & pancetta

One of my favorite fish and always a go to is cod. There is nothing like fresh cod, pan fried with grated horseradish, new potatoes and clarified butter. I am very sad to hear that it will go on the endangered species list at the end of this month. I am very lucky to have … Continue reading

Fig roasted Shoulder of Lamb with Carrot top Chimichurri

Roast Lamb & Roast Vegetables

I wanted to make fig jam for the market so I bought quite a few for a trial. The figs were so delicious I couldn’t sop eating them and by the time I made the jam I didn’t have many left. I find figs sweet but they work just as well with sweet as with … Continue reading

Dried Lime Chilli Oil brisket stew

Dried Lime Chilli Oil Brisket stew

I bought brisket for dinner with the aim of cooking it whole. I was going to slow cook it until it was tender and fell apart. My plans didn’t quite go as planned and I started cooking later than planned. I still wanted the brisket and in order to cook it quicker I sliced it … Continue reading

A heatwave means barbecue time

Crispy rosehip spiced potatoes

Summer finally arrived in full force and I thought it was a sign to invite my friends and neighbors over for a barbecue. I find it hard to do a barbecue and not cook too much so inviting more people seemed like a great solution. Barbecue menu Curry Chilli Oil marinated breast of chicken Dried … Continue reading

Wild rosehip spiced roast chicken

Wild Rosehip spice mix Roast Chicken

One of the best things about having a market stall is that I am there early in the morning and can cherry pick goods from other stall holders. I usually buy a bag of vegetables, a lot of it is local so it is always seasonal products. This week I saw gooseberries for the first … Continue reading

Charred trout with Pata Negra lardo

Charred trout with pata negra lardo

Charred trout with Pata Negra Lardo and asparagus