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Mum’s Parkin Recipe

During lock-down and furlough it’s been a struggle to get hold of certain baking ingredients but after a few weeks I seem to have got my baking cupboard suitably stocked. I was thinking of recipes I wanted to cook and must have been feeling very nostalgic. This parkin recipe was something my mum would bake […]

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Have a #JuicyBird This Year Thanks to Thermapen

#SponsoredPost Featuring Thermapen If you’ve used any recipes from my blog you will know that I’m not a great fan of cooking times.  I get asked on events all the time how long something took to cook and I never have an exact answer. It’s usually a vague estimation, but that’s because I don’t cook […]

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Salmon Gravadlax with Dill, Lime & Pink Peppercorns

Gravadlax isn’t really a BBQ dish as it’s a cure but for the Christmas food plan it is such a simple thing to make and have in the fridge knowing you’ve done all the work beforehand. As simple as combining a few ingredients in a dish before coating the salmon with them and wrapping tightly […]

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Brussels Sprouts with Pancetta, Chestnuts, Maple & Thyme

Brussels Sprouts, love ’em or hate ’em it isn’t Christmas dinner without them on the table but this recipe has been winning over sprout sceptics this Christmas at demos up and down the country! The green gems are accompanied with the gorgeous savoury notes of pancetta and thyme and the sweetness of chestnuts, maple and […]

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Christmas Stuffing

This is a recipe I’ve enjoyed so many years but this year I decided to serve it in a loaf tin for the aesthetic and also so it takes up less room on the table! Stuffing or forcemeat as it’s called traditionally is a great reflection of classic flavour combinations; sage and onion, cranberry and […]

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