Letters to my Food Heroes #3: Rachel Allen

Hi Rachel, How’s it going?  I expect you’re super busy with family things, the cookery school and restaurant and what not.  I’m assuming you haven’t heard about my Food Heroes series so I’ll just give you a bit of a run down.  I’ve not been going long with it as you can see, as I’m… Continue reading Letters to my Food Heroes #3: Rachel Allen

Soup for lunch (and other times) with annotations for the home cook

2018 shall henceforth be known as the year I got my act together. I know it’s only February but I’ve got high hopes for this year. Please don’t let me down.  You’re wondering what on earth soup has got to do with getting my act together.  Well, I’ll tell you.  It’s about making sure I’m… Continue reading Soup for lunch (and other times) with annotations for the home cook

Nutty Pasta Bake and The Only Man in the House

When I started writing my blog some six months ago now, I had a dilemma over what to call The Husband.  I put some thought into this because I’ve read a fair few women’s (and cookery) magazines in my time and so had lots of inspiration to draw upon.  In particular, Red magazine columnist and… Continue reading Nutty Pasta Bake and The Only Man in the House

Food blogging: the things I’ve learnt

I’ve noticed it’s customary after a certain period of time has passed to share with readers the important and very useful things bloggers have learnt on their journey to becoming a blogging superstar.  Well, my friends, my time has come.  I’ve managed to put a fairly reasonable list together of things I’ve learnt about blogging… Continue reading Food blogging: the things I’ve learnt