Since it has been a little cold in the UK of late, I rather fancied some soup. So I thought I would share one of my favorites with you. It is tasty, warming, and very cheery! I mean it is bright pink!
So since Salena posted her “meatballs” recipe a little while back, I thought I would get in on the action and post my MEATballs recipe as well. We like to give you guys options. So this is a slightly more complex/time consuming recipe than I might normally go in for, but all parts of it can be prepared in advance. The sauce can be kept in the fridge for a couple of days and you can freeze the MEATballs, so you don’t have to do it all at once. I promise it is worth it though! The squash and pepper sauce is really creamy and flavorful and making your own balls of meat is TOTALLY worth the effort. This recipe makes enough for 4-6 (depending on how large a portion everyone wants).
So this is a recipe that my mum always used to make. It is really simple and totally yummy!
It is basically a basic sponge with a couple of extras in… namely, seeds (I know, the name didn’t give it away at all!) Continue reading
Although I am not the greatest fan of meat substitute products, this is a quick and cheeky midweek recipe that’s filling without breaking the bank. It’s comforting and full of warm flavours, so make sure you’ve got a nice rich red wine to go alongside it.
So, let’s get the (‘meat’) ball roiling…
This time for tea is not for those with sensitive taste buds! These gingery goodies are spicy and intense…
I’m sure there is a joke there somewhere 😉
Sometimes all you need is something sweet, sticky and delicious to get you through the day… equally, something to get you through a summer pick-nick in the park! Either way a flapjack is the perfect option!
This recipe could also be put into the ‘stupidly simple’ category, because it is INSANELY easy!
’twas the night before new years,
and all through the land
people prepare for their hang overs,
both small and grand.
For our first guest blog we wanted to help you prepare for tomorrow morning with a post intoxication elimination, courtesy of our good friend Olly Lennard of Philosophy Tube.
Having just been declared the best independent coffee shop in Europe, at the European Coffee Symposium, Timberyard on Old Street seemed like a place worth checking out, and popping on here. So I diligently took one for the team this weekend, and went for a good long investigation. The things I put myself through for coffsterity (that’s a combination of coffee and posterity in case you didn’t realise).
Although Salena and I are based in the good old London town, we still managed to find enough excuses to celebrate Thanksgiving for our friends across the pond! This doesn’t fall into one of our normal categories, but I thought that I would give you my Turkey cooking tips (with a cheeky stuffing recipe thrown in and a couple of little extras too). It doesn’t quite qualify as “Stupidly Simple”, but hopefully this will help.
You will have heard about ‘koftas’ across a variety of different cuisines including Afghani, Balkan, Pakistani, Azerbijanian, Bangladeshi, Iranian, Turkish, Arab, and of course – Indian!
An Indian style kofta curry is a fantastic way to make a mild veggie curry that’s filled with nutty and creamy textures. Pour yourself a nice cold beer and get stuck in: