I love what AA Gill said in last Sunday’s Sunday Times Style magazine: “Just buy food raw, on the bone, with a head, with slime, with eyes, with fur, with mud, blood and paws. Buy it with roots and scales and spines and pips and shells.” (You can read the full article here). Cook from [...]
I was completely hooked to ‘Masterchef’ when it was on BBC and it kind of controlled my life for a while, as sad as that sounds. Due to unstoppable snacking, I had to arrange my dinner around the show and make sure I would either be eating while it was on or have dinner afterwards. [...]
Old age is turning the snow to slush, but we’re still stuck here. AA Roadwatch informs us that Sallygap, Roundwood and the Wicklow Gap are all impassable; we live somewhere between the latter two. A neighbour says that he went to the village for supplies and was sliding all over the road. Tomorrow, we’re going [...]
Big thanks to the readers who submitted their own recipes featuring chorizo, our ingredient of the week. Phillip’s Chorizo, Onion and Parsley Stuffing I made a chorizo, onion and parsley stuffing for our Christmas turkey. It turned out beautifully, with the spicy and sweet Chorizo giving the stuffing an extra little kick.
Another recipe using this week’s featured ingredient: Chorizo! Chorizo boiled in cider For a quick and easy tapas style bite, chorizo boiled in cider is great. It’s important to choose a good quality cider so no Linden Village folks! This serves 6 as tapas and is great on bread. Ingredients 300g soft chorizo sausage 1 [...]