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Bubble & Squeak


A great English classic made using leftovers, this oddly named dish can be created with whatever vegetables you have to hand. It is a great way of using up your veg and as with most leftover dishes, is even better than the original. 258 more words


The Merits of the Unappreciated

I’m fortunate in that I have a pretty good pantry, and I keep a decent selection of interesting ingredients there, but there are times when I’m scrounging around to find stuff to make for lunch, and a few of those situations have given me some interesting insights. 834 more words


Chinese Inspired Steamed Fish Parcels

Made it through hump day and opted for something quick, simple and healthy for dinner. Remembering I had some pollock steaks in the freezer, steamed fish was a no brainer.I’m a fan of cooking en papillote (which, in French, literally means “in parchment”) where the food is sealed in a parchment “bag”. 360 more words


Sweetcorn soup

Another lunch that I made when my mum was visiting for the week (hence the continuing lack of photos), this would have been easy… if the baby hadn’t woken up, deciding she wanted a really long feed… resulting in me leaving the vegetables cooking for too long and burning them slightly. 114 more words

Potato & Caramelised Leek Soup with Crispy Bacon

Hello Everyone! It’s the beginning of Winter Warmer Month on the blog! For the next month of July I will be sharing my favourite soup recipes, as well as learning how to make other various soups that I don’t already have up my sleeve. 701 more words


Silky Smooth, Cauliflower and Leek Soup

This is a great soup for anytime of year. It is light and smooth and very satisfying. It also is very, very simple to make, with little ingredients. 401 more words