I realised…. I am so poncy. My leftovers in the fridge: chorizo, halloumi, sweet potato, red onion, tomatoes and balsamic syrup. I realise they’re not ridiculously exciting. But poncy for a leftover meal! 🙂
Celebrating my 50th blog post, just some lovely food photos:
This is just a select few. There’s so many more on my Facebook Page
|Garlic and Sundried Tomato Bread|
|Vivacious Vanilla Fairy Cakes|
|Giggly Gingerbread Peoples|
|Mahooooosive Jaffa Cake Cak|
|Tasty Tangy Lovely Lasagne|
|Le Fondant du Chocolat et Orange|
|Zjushy, Smuzshy Lemon and Basil Panacotta|
|Pleasy, Cheesy Souffle|
|Stupendous Spring Rolls|
|Hamper and Book|
|The holiday people|
Last week I was on a wonderful skiing holiday in France. Lovely people, lovely skiing and most importantly lovely food.
We had crepes and waffles and vin chaud during the day whilst skiing. But in the evenings, EVERY night there was a 4 course meal! 4 courses! AMAZING!
The favourite course (possibly of everyone there) was the cheese course. We had this before dessert and had some amazing new cheeses every day. Being with my sister – Elly and her ‘wife’ Rachel meant that all the cheese was devoured every night. There were many times certain cheeses were declared “CHEESE OF THE WEEK”, but then the next night another would take its place.
I have never written or thought much about cheese in my life, but it was an eye-opening experience last week, I loved it!
The final result was that the Abondance was the best cheese – it was made really locally to our chalet and quite a few of us brought a large block back home with us!
Anyway cheese rant over.
Thanks to Josh for the Cheese Photos
|Even more cheese|
|Speedy, Sweety, Piggy Porky|
30ml balsamic vinegar
30g brown sugar
Salt and Pepper
|Filo Pastry Prawny Fantasticals|
I have returned from holiday and after spending hours and hours cooking, almost everything is created for the book.
Here is the latest recipe for the blog. A quick and easy one, that can be a nice tea/dinner (depending on whether your from the North or South of the UK) or a nice little starter for a dinner party. It’s just filo shells with chilli and coriander prawns! Yumety yum!
|Pastry shells going in the oven|
|Filling being prepared|