Tag: garlic

Leek & Potato Soup

Leek & Potato Soup

inspired by The Pig Hotel I’ve always wanted to go to one of The Pig Hotels. I don’t really even mind which one. I just think they look amazing. Beautiful rooms, lovely countryside settings, and of course, delicious food. As much as The Pig Hotel…

Linguine with Crab, Garlic, Parsley & Tomato

Linguine with Crab, Garlic, Parsley & Tomato

inspired by Hide This blog post is a little different to my usual ramblings about cooking. Truth be told I don’t want to talk about cooking today. I want to talk about shopping. Like many of us, I’m becoming more conscious of what I eat.…

Roasted John Dory with Garlic, Lemon & Parsley

Roasted John Dory with Garlic, Lemon & Parsley

inspired by Outlaw’s New Road It seemed like perfect timing that Nathan Outlaw announced his new restaurant venture at the same time as I got an email from Fresh Cornish Fish telling me John Dory was now in season. Outlaw’s New Road is the new…

Spaghetti Vongole

Spaghetti Vongole

inspired by Luciano’s Today’s the day! Restaurants and pubs across the country can start to reopen! Even with all the stress that has come from the past few weeks; the lack of time to prepare, government guidance often providing more questions than answers; so many…

Day 68: Zucchine Fritti

Day 68: Zucchine Fritti

inspired by Santoré If I ever needed a reminder of how much I’ve changed since we first went into lockdown, today has provided just that. Because today I am eating my first ever home grown vegetable. A courgette. Until we moved to our new house…

Day 41: Wild Garlic Risotto

Day 41: Wild Garlic Risotto

inspired by The Ninth Of course, after already writing about Coach’s Wild Garlic Soup and having to make it with three cornered garlic instead…. what do I find? Wild garlic! Sod’s law. I didn’t find it in my garden sadly. It was an optional add…

Day 14: Celeriac, Wild Mushroom & Garlic Wellington

Day 14: Celeriac, Wild Mushroom & Garlic Wellington

inspired by The Modern Pantry I worry I’m becoming a coronavirus cliche. The joy (and danger) of social media is not only that you can stay connected with loved ones…. but you can also see how everyone you know is spending their lockdown. And it’s…