French Food (Page 8)

The French dofood really well. Take the Boeuf Bourguinon. Slow cooking not only makes your meat so very very tender, it also gives you the opportunity to try tastier (not to mention cheaper) cuts of meat. Yet the most important thing, is it gives you time. You prepare and let it cook, and cook, and cook. Whilst you do something else. Very French.

Waste is something I strive to avoid. And right up there is Broccoli Stems. It is just one of those things that when you have cooked the rest of the broccoli, you look at and go… And?!?!?Read More →

When I was growing up, Thursday was leftovers night in our house, where my Mum would reheat everything we hadn’t finished that week. I remember it fondly as well as with a shudder. It was a real mix, a mish mosh of flavours, but we had to eat it all.Read More →

Giving up my garden virginity willingly at PumpjackPiddlewick

I recently lost my garden virginity. There, I admit it. I have come to gardening late in life, but happily I can now boast that I have found a great and new passion. My Retiring Past In the past, I would have declared easily that I had a brown thumb.Read More →