Serves 2 Ingredients: 2 Cod fillets Rolled oats 2 tsp English mustard Salt and pepper Olive oil Method: Drizzle a frying pan with olive oil and place your cod skin side down into the pan. Coat the top of the cod with the mustard and drizzle with a little more oil. Add a pinch of…
When my wife was pregnant, I decided she needed to be able to have a celebratory drink for her birthday. Along came this refreshing mojito recipe.
What can be better than eating a curry with a glass of home brewed beer, sitting by the fire with friends?
This is one of my favourite curries. It takes little effort to make, but has an amazing flavour.
A classic British recipe. At home, we usually use pork sausages, when we cannot get hold of decent quality toads.
Since discovering a basic version of this recipe, we have it most weekends. It’s delicious and filling.
I make this on quite a regular basis. The recipe varies sometimes, as I try to use up left over veg. I have been known to put a few chilli flakes in as well.
Thanks to my grandad, these will be forever known in my family as arseholes. I love them, though they don’t seem to be that well known in the UK.
This is a traditional Sunday roast alternative – just as time consuming to make, but tasty and super healthy.
This is a very famous old norse dish, a traditional method to preserve fish
This one is a bit of a cheats tart. It’s quick to put together, but really tasty.
Inspired by a German apple cake
This recipe started off as an experiment and due to an error, turned out really good, and now I always make it this way.
Here’s a handy little trick for what to do if your brew turns to vinegar
I grew up eating this, when I could get some. Its really popular in our house, even now.
This is my favorite home made beer.