I featured lamb in my Easter Newsletter (see here) – a butterflied boneless leg of lamb with a stuffing. Since then I have been tempted with some wonderful offers of half-price whole legs of lamb that are just perfect for slow roasting, so I am giving a recipe for the latter so that you have
Somewhat surprisingly we haven’t barbecued or grilled outdoors too much this summer – the weather has been a bit unpredictable here in the UK for planned cook-outs! However the forecast for this weekend, at least in my neck of the woods, looks good so I plan to make a burger favourite for one
Bet you never thought I would say that! But seriously, with a very warm weekend promised don’t cook in the kitchen, get out and cook on the barbie! I was going to save this recipe for Father’s Day, but then thought even a Dad needs a day off from toiling over the grill! So here’s
Not everyone can tolerate roast lamb after bariatric surgery, especially if it is cooked pink and needs copious amounts of chewing. Lamb shanks however, cooked so slowly that the very tender meat literally falls off the bone, often can. The shanks in this recipe are cooked with shallots in a wonderful light coconut milk
Here is something perfect for a Hallow’een party when you want something to warm you up before or after taking the children out to trick and treat! This hearty stew is best cooked a day before and reheated, giving the flavours a chance to mingle together. Serve with a hot jacket potato if liked.