If you have any tips for getting through the last leg of baby weight loss send them my way. In the meantime I give you beetroot and onion relish. This is delicious with cheese and crackers. Or on cheese on toast. Or in sandwiches. At the moment I am enjoying a teaspoon with a chunk of cheese whenever the hunger makes me want to gnaw at my chunk of a baby's thighs.
Smoked salmon, wheaten bread, fresh seafood - I had almost forgotten just how good Irish food can be
Stevie obviously likes Billie, but there's so much history and unfinished business with Stephanie. He couldn't stop smiling when he saw her. Ouch. What is he going to do? If he knew what was best for him he would politely cool things off with Billie. You can cut the sexual tension between Stephanie and him with a knife. Will he make the right decision?
Traditionally in Mauritius we make this with corned mutton which has a much stronger flavour and Iove it but I love corned beef as well and in the UK this is readily available and easier to get hold of. To be honest with you I love most tinned things, sardines, mackerel, anchovies and I suppose it's mostly out of nostalgia
Just back to school and already I'm thinking about the opportunity for wearing thick woollen jumpers, drinking soup and preparing a feast for Bonfire night. There are a few things that must be done on Bonfire night.
Cream the butter and sugar for four minutes in a stand mixer using the flat beater starting low speed and working up, or six minutes with a handheld electric mixer or about 8 - 10 minutes with a wooden spoon. The mixture will be lighter in colour than when you started and very creamy...
Sheila very kindly gave me a whole rake of recipes and Karen (who must now have RSI from all the typing) emailed them to me. Thank you, ladies. First off, I chose to make Sheila's pickled tomatillos, though there's also a very intriguing-looking sorbet I'm itching to try.
Whether a well planned evening of fine dining or a spontaneous supper with the neighbours, we've recipes for the masses! So stop stressing, start smiling...
Do you love cooking and eating fish but live quite a distance away from a fish shop? ... there are secrets to extending the 'freshness' of fish for as long as possible. You can keep getting the healthy benefits from fish even when you live far from the seaside.
This recipe is easy and adaptable so do as you wish with it - add stuff, take stuff out, just keep the rosemary and mustard.