Tag Archive: butter

Crispy tuna and pasta bake

This recipe is another one of Mummy Swindian’s classics – it is a very homey, warming, delightfully crunchy dish. It was inspired by Betty Bossi (of the onion chopper), but we improved upon… Continue reading

Whisky cream sauce with a hint of mustard (for Burns Night)

To see the full menu for Burns Night, click here. It’s very difficult for me to tell you what quantities to use for this one, as we just threw it all in the… Continue reading

Champagne saffron risotto with garlic prawns

Yes, I just made risotto last week. Yes, it’s quite heavy and not the healthiest meal. But when your sister tells you about the possibility of putting champagne in risotto, and you see… Continue reading

Mushroom risotto in rosé wine

The best thing about risotto is that it is almost infinitely versatile. As long as you have arborio rice, some form of wine and stock, you can pretty much add anything else you… Continue reading

Turkey sausages with roast potatoes and red wine-infused mushrooms with spinach… all in goose fat

What a long title. Let me explain. My flatmate and I attended the Taste of Christmas festival on Sunday, and brought  many things home, including the stars of the night’s dinner: Goodman’s Goose Fat and… Continue reading

Mummy G’s Apple Cake

I don’t often make desserts (as you can tell by the size of the dessert section on this blog!), but I do enjoy eating them. Mostly, I rely on my good friend The… Continue reading

Lemon meringue pie

Following on from the recipes for fried chicken and mashed potatoes, I will now share the glory that was the dessert at our Weekend of Food: lemon meringue pie. It was a hard… Continue reading

Destiny mashed potatoes

This weekend will henceforth be known as the Weekend of Food. I will be posting about the things we ate bit by bit, as it is just too much to do at once.… Continue reading

Warming pumpkin, coconut and ginger soup

Last week, I spotted the first pumpkin of the season, which made me remember a dish from years past. It is similar to the sweet potato soup I made recently, but more nuanced… Continue reading

Breakfast pancakes with sweet apple side

Pancakes are something I used to fear, because there were always so many recipes to choose from, and each one turned out slightly different. Sweet or savoury? Thick or thin? Brown or white?… Continue reading

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