Contents of the 'recipes: Meat & Fish' Category

The Sunday Roast

Sunday, January 27th, 2008

I’m a big fan of the traditional Sunday Roast. It doesn’t matter what kind of meat you have, there’s nothing more comforting than having the family sitting around the table sharing the same delicious meal. Sadly though, this practise seems to be disappearing throughout the Western world.
What does it say about our society […]

Fish and Chips

Sunday, January 20th, 2008

This is a post dedicated to rainy days sitting in shabby looking cafes on the seafront. The smell of vinegar permeates the air and steam rises from mugs of tea; some may argue, but this is the ultimate in comfort food.

DMBLGiT: The Gallery (Page 5)

Sunday, May 20th, 2007

This is the fifth page of the gallery for this month’s - ‘Does My Blog Look Good In This’ food blogging event (which is still open!), of which there are also pages one, here, two, here, three, here, and and part four, here.
Entry #41 - ‘Irish Cream Bundt Cake’ taken by Kristen from Dine […]

Poached chicken breast. Oh, and soup!

Friday, April 27th, 2007

There’s a couple of interesting things about this recipe. First, it’s cooked with the heat turned off (which probably has something which Molecular Gastronomy could explain better then me), and secondly, the resulting stock liquid can be turned into a soup quickly and easily. Dinner for two days!

Cooking Garden Snails

Tuesday, April 10th, 2007

Don’t look at me like that. If you saw this seasonal dish in a restaurant marked up as “Escargot” you’d probably be tempted. So why not try them for free at home?

The benefits are surely two fold. One one hand, you get a delicious meal that most French men would applaud. […]