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. Serves 2 Ingredients: 500g potatoes (peeled and chopped up small) 8 rashers of bacon (cut into pieces) 10 cherry tomatoes (halved) 4 eggs Olive oil A pinch of chilli flakes (optional) Salt &…
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
A great vegetarian version of the classic bolognese
This recipe started off as an experiment and due to an error, turned out really good, and now I always make it this way.
Better than any take away!
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.
This has to be my favorite drinks. Great chilled in the summer, or warmed in the winter.
There are a few basic rules
that you need to follow in order to make your own booze
These make a great healthy snack. They are rather more-ish though, so don’t last very long!
A tasty treat