Tag Archive: flour

Tattie soup with bits o’ bacon

I have never made or eaten potato soup before. But when I found myself with lots of leftover potatoes (why do they always sell them in such big bags??), the thought suddenly popped… 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

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

Guest post: Real Southern fried chicken

“Britons have a misunderstanding of what Southern fried chicken is. This is driven by takeaways and “American-style” restaurants selling Southern Fried Chicken that isn’t. I shall address some of the main differences below:… Continue reading

Home-made bread infused with roasted garlic

A few months ago, I found a garlic loaf in a supermarket and it blew my mind. Bread with chunks of garlic inside it? It’s genius, really. I found a recipe for it… Continue reading

Guest Post: Spicy Chicken-Halloumi Tortilla Wraps

Last night, I was ordered to stay out of the kitchen and let somebody else take over. In all honesty, I was a bit hesitant about this, but I was given no choice!… Continue reading

Beef teriyaki stir-fry with shiitake mushrooms

I. Love. Leftovers. I take leftovers to work for lunch almost every day, and I love re-using ingredients. So after I made teriyaki sauce from scratch, I decided to use it again, in… Continue reading

Stir-fry chicken made interesting

Like most people, I often resort to stir-fry when I am feeling uncreative. However, I always try and find a way to make it more interesting than just vegetables, chicken and soy sauce.… 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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