Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s River Cottage Every Day Veg, has provided the Gas Mark 5 kitchen with an abundance of tasty veggy dinners and this one for peppers with new potatoes, pesto and feta is no exception. It’s pretty simple to make and the husband and I rather like it. Continue reading →
When a friend suggested she’d bring along a lovely pot of corned-beef hash and baked beans for us to eat on the first night of a camping trip, I felt a little queasy. Having no other food options other than a few marshmallows and a packet of crisps, I took a deep breath and tentatively tucked in. Swallowing my pride I had to admit that actually, it was rather nice, and I wouldn’t be averse to eating it again – but not too soon….
With a vegetarian husband and a fussy toddler – when do you stop calling a child a toddler? He’s three-and-a-half and will be starting school next September, so maybe I’ll start calling him the boy, but not yet….but I digress. So, with the husband being a non-meat eater (if you can actually call corned beef meat), a re-make of the campfire dinner was out of the question. Luckily, my food heroine Anna Jones, came to the rescue with her butternut squash and sweet leek hash – a recipe from her new book a modern way to cook. Continue reading →
The husband was a bit dubious when I told him were having roasted onions, tomatoes and new potatoes for dinner. I think he thought I was putting him on a weird weight-loss plan – something I’m prone to, from time to time – however, he couldn’t have been more wrong if he tried. Continue reading →