• Bread and cakes
Friday, 10 December 2010 08:28

Oh well…

Written by

Looks like they have chosen someone else to represent 'outspoken food blogger' on the Market Kitchen tv programme I was asked if I was interested in doing. They are focusing on Suffolk with the Chilli Farm Palmers Bakeryand Stark Naked's pesto  so I am not going to get to taste any of those with hunky Celebrity Chef Michael Caines. If I had had a chance to look at his picture first I might have been more enthusiastic about the dawn trip to London to start filming at 8am.

Sunday, 24 October 2010 08:26

… and supper at my mum’s house

Written by

Roast leg of lamb with onion sauce, loads of vegetables and a proper home-made cheesecake.

Monday, 25 October 2010 08:26

Woo hoo – a lunch club and we’re going!

Written by

Sunday lunch round a big table with people you don't know - how exciting is that? If you want to go to too, you can see the menu and book here -  http://walnuttreefarmlunchclub.blogspot.com/p/lunch-dates-and-menus.html

Thursday, 28 October 2010 08:24

Dhal for lunch

Written by

So easy, so delicious, so nutritious, so warming and so cheap. A sweet potato and lentil dhal with naan bread - didn't make the bread but I did use coriander seeds out of the garden.

Monday, 01 November 2010 08:24

Cakes in the window

Written by

What we love to see... if only we had more time!

Monday, 01 November 2010 08:23

Something for everyone at the Gardeners Arms

Written by

After football what you really need is a big old plate of roast beef, half a bitter shandy and a chance to read about Arsenal/X Factor in the News of the World - and they serve Sunday lunch here in Tostock until 3pm.

Friday, 05 November 2010 08:22

I love George Debman butchers

Written by

Because he said the piece I wrote about him in last year's Christmas edition of Suffolk magazine was 'sensational'. And he says that if I go to his butchers he will give me a bit of free bacon.

Sunday, 07 November 2010 08:20

Walnut Tree Farm lunchclub

Written by

It was only at the end of our lunch that I realised I was actually in Roger Deakin's farmhouse, looking at the moat he swam in.  I have just been reading 'Notes from Walnut Tree Farm' - Jasmin tells me she gets lots of visitors 'just wanting to have a look' at where he lived and wrote about. Lunch was good - everything home-made with lots of quince chutney made even better with the really good wine we had brought with us. I had some interesting conversations with John but couldn't work out if we were the only ones who didn't know everyone else? That's the problem with Suffolk isn't it - lunch clubs and pop-up restaurants might be just too London for here - but Jasmin will find out and let us all know.

Friday, 05 November 2010 08:19

Bonfire Night

Written by

with mulled wine, soup, sausage rolls, brownies and various  other lovely things.

Page 49 of 50