Welcome to No Fuss Meals for Busy Parents
The home of easy, family friendly, no fuss recipe ideas, ingredient suggestions and provides a connection between the food produced in the UK and how to prepare into tasty meals that everyone can enjoy.
What to expect…
Recipe suggestions and ideas to feed the whole family. From casseroles to home baking, there will be something to suit everyone’s taste.
A focus on seasonal ingredients, produce and brands. How best to use, recommendations, how to jazz up a meal and where to buy.
Shining a spotlight on food producers and farmers from across the country. Showcasing how they grow the food we eat and providing recipe suggestions, together with all their contact information / where to buy
Our Farm in Numbers
suckler beef cows
rare breed pigs
Why You’ll Love Us
There has never been a better time to eat British and support the UK food and farming industry.
Following the Covid-19 pandemic, many small food producers have seen a surge in custom as consumers look to shop locally and cook from scratch.
And here’s the reason why…
Our food is:
- Ethical / High Welfare
- Supports local business/ employment
Our Favourite Recipes
- Haggis Burger for Burns NightBurns night falls on 25th January this year and you’ve got to have a try at my twist on a traditional Scottish dish. Instead of Haggis, Neaps and Tatties, why not try my Haggis burger with crispy potato wedges?!
- Sausage and Cheese Breakfast MuffinsWith Farmhouse Breakfast Week coming up (23rd – 27th January) why not try this super tasty treat using an array of British ingredients. You will need: 500g plain flour (I used gluten free as I have a gluten intolerance 170gContinue reading “Sausage and Cheese Breakfast Muffins”
- Meet the producer – B Tomlinson and son, forced rhubarb growersA family business Rhubarb grower Robert Tomlinson of B Tomlinson and son, took over from his dad about 20 years ago, and started to build the business up, right in the heart of Yorkshire’s rhubarb triangle. They’ve been growing rhubarbContinue reading “Meet the producer – B Tomlinson and son, forced rhubarb growers”