Not a recipe as such – just a quickie, short-cut, supper work-around. Which happened to work. (more…)
I came across this recipe; thought it sounded … odd. Couldn’t work, could it?
Two soul foods in one? That soft flavoursome combination of potato and onion from a hot pot … on a pizza, with potatoes crisped on top? And it does indeed work, superbly well. As a light lunch or supper, served hot or warm, with just a simple salad to accompany.
Not yet a recipe that helps anybody! Just something I made last week – and it worked. (more…)
So I had a jar of kalonji (Black Onion Seed) in the kitchen, and not a clue what to do with it. This works. (more…)
An excellent loaf, with a soft substantial texture. It doesn’t work well formed into rolls. Superb as a loaf, thinly sliced, with lots of butter or cheese. (more…)
Simple goodness. Hearty, winter-defying, and infinitely variable. Needs only some good home-made bread or rolls, or oatcakes – and a chunk of good cheese.
As with my favourite version, Cullen Skink, it’s never the same twice running, depending on your choice of potato – floury for a smoother and thicker soup, new (unpeeled) for “chunky-and-chewable”. (more…)
Lovely sounding name … not! A potato soup with attitude.
Just a hearty, winter-defying, one-pot meal of potato, leek, and smoked haddock, that needs only some good home-made bread or rolls beside it (with perhaps a sliver of good cheese). Never the same twice running – it depends on your choice of potato. (more…)