… or what I’ll do as a Sunday morning short-cut, when I can’t be bothered finding the right spice jars for Nigella’s Potatoes with Whole Spices.
Same recipe – just differently vibrant. And as good under a couple of fried eggs! (more…)
A uniquely nutty taste of chldhood, moist, slightly sticky – and very satisfying.
Great “slow-burn” energy for a cycle-ride – almost as good as Soreen! Or for breakfast, with a black coffee. (more…)
The simplest recipe of all – just pickled in their own juice and salt. I keep an eye out for bags of the small, round, thin-skinned ones you sometimes see in Leeds Market around February or March; they are slightly sweeter than the normal ones you get – and silly cheap! (more…)
With all my marmalade making, I have a surplus; in particular, I have a batch which didn’t set well. No worries – no waste. (more…)
With half the oranges left over from this little venture into flavouring gin, I made some orange jelly marmalade. Not impressed – sorry, I like bits to chew on!
Still a kilo and a half of oranges to go – I’d heard of carrot marmalade, but never thought to give it a go. Google gave me The World Carrot Museum; good on carrots and I like the idea of the spices … but that is not how to make marmalade. (more…)