Phew but it’s a scorcher of a day here in the UK. Not that anyone is complaining – it’s so good to enjoy some sunny weather at the tail-end of the summer. It does however often mean a change of dietary plans. I had ear-marked a roast chicken for our main meal today but it
There are so many foods I like but I guess the key to guessing what they are lies with the seasons – so in spring I gravitate towards asparagus and herbs; in summer berries and other soft fruit; in autumn squash and orchard fruits; and in winter tropical fruits, nuts and anything vaguely festive!
The beautiful warm weather is back and what a wonderful way to celebrate this coming weekend. Whether you’re going alfresco for the UK Bank Holiday weekend or making sunshine and great food for Memorial Day, we have some tasty options for you to consider. This may not be welcome news for everyone – more
I adore lamb, cooked pink, slow-cooked until tender, and grilled or barbecued until charred on the edges – in other words in all its guises! I frequently pop a boned piece of lamb or neck fillet in my shopping basket (and also freeze away some bargains whenever I see them). It means I can
It’s early in the BBQ season for us but I’m already getting into the swing of preparing my meat/poultry/fish and vegetable offerings in the morning and then leaving them to marinate until the evening for a grill that is full of flavour. In the hot days this week this has reaped dividends and stopped frayed