I’ve been working with the Brixworth food larder recently, who help to redistribute food that would otherwise go to waste or landfill but is still safe to eat. Thanks to some funding from the Constance Travis Endowment Fund (Via Northamptonshire Community Foundation) I have been able to produce some recipe cards and video tutorials toContinue reading “Chicken and vegetable curry with basmati rice”
No Fuss Meals for Busy Parents CIC has been awarded a grant from the Constance Travis Endowment fund for Northamptonshire to provide mealtime cooking inspiration to members of the Brixworth Community Larder The newly formed CIC was awarded this funding through Northamptonshire Community Foundation to work with the Northampton Hope Centre Community Larder Network, to provideContinue reading “Cooking up some recipe ideas for the residents of Brixworth”
Who couldn’t resist the flavour of homemade garlic butter? Boy it tastes so good, full of flavour and so different to what you buy ready made in the shops. So will you have a go at making your own? Always use butter as it will retain it’s texture and flavour. Sadly margarine just goes runnyContinue reading “Garlic butter”
In my books, a quiche is a posh pizza. Using up some scrummy freshly laid eggs, bacon, cheese, onions and peas, this recipe is super quick as uses a pack of ready rolled pastry, and it’s gluten free too ( I used JusRol gluten free pastry) Watch this quick video on how to make… theContinue reading “Bacon, cheese and pea quiche”
It’s Great British Pea Week 💚
Here is a novel recipe for a pea, honey and lemon cake using frozen peas , inspired by the lovely pea-ple at Yes Peas. I’ve made this cake gluten free.
Well this sauce is a complete delight from The Garlic Farm I decided it was about time I made something with it after purchasing on a trip to Doddington Hall earlier in the year. So what could be more fitting than a Coronation Chicken Pie for King Charles III Ingredients you will need: 1 jarContinue reading “Coronation Chicken Pie (Gluten Free)”
With an abundance of rhubarb at the moment, I just had to find time to make some rhubarb and raisin chutney. This variety of rhubarb is called Glaskins Perpetual which I grew from seed 3 years ago. And isn’t it doing well!! So here is my recipe for spiced rhubarb and raisin chutney which youContinue reading “Recipe Idea – Rhubarb and Raisin Spiced chutney (Gluten Free)”
Here’s an easy, no fuss recipe for a gluten free gooey chocolate easter cake.
Treat your loved ones this Mothers Day or Easter weekend
Burns 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?!
With 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 170g grated cheese ( I used Red Leicester from the Coop) 400g cooked sausage meat (farmhouseContinue reading “Sausage and Cheese Breakfast Muffins”