A great, meat-free version of a shephards pie.
Packed full of veg and healthy lentils, this is very filling. Best served with my garlic flatbreads.
A little hint of spice on a cold day, really helps to warm you up.
A very filling and tasty winter warmer soup.
The perfect autumn soup – sweet apples, mixed with pumpkin and warm spices.
This is a tasty vegetarian pasta dish, but if you leave out the parmesan it works just as well as a vegan dish.
Having lots of carrots coming from the garden in Autumn, this is the perfect meal to use them up on.
Lightly spiced, it’s perfectly suited to the cooler nights, that are now drawing in to signify the coming, cold winter months.
I love the taste of mackerel. Its strong flavour can really stand up to the mix of spices added to this dish. This same paste can be used with other curry dishes too. Why not try chicken, lamb, or even vegetable curry. Serves 2 Ingredients: For the paste 1 tsp fennel seeds 1 tsp cumin…
I borrowed the basic idea for this recipe from @Earthacooks and I have to say, its delicious! Makes 4 skewers Ingredients: 3 tablespoons of extra-virgin olive oil Juice of 3 lemons 1 teaspoons English mustard 2 teaspoons rosemary, finely chopped Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste 2 fillets of skinless salmon fillet,…
Quick and easy to make, and super tasty. The flavour of the lamb can really stand up for itself against the spices in this dish.
BIG NEWS!! I have a book out now on Amazon. You can buy it here Written with help from my lovely wife. Split into sections the recipes include: 4 seasons of meals and puddings/cakes (28 recipes), campfire cooking (7) breakfasts (5) bread (7) preserves (10) booze (10) non alcoholic drinks (3) I hope you enjoy it…
These are very tasty. I usually freeze half a batch of them for use at a later time.
These work best in the summer with fresh veg, and served with a glass of last year’s parsnip wine. Serve with rice. Serves 2 Ingredients: 2 chicken breasts (cut into chunks) 1 courgette (sliced & quartered) ½ a fennel bulb (cut into cubes) 1 tsp fennel seeds Juice of 1 lemon Salt & pepper Method:…
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…
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.
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.