After previously exploding them, I managed to find a way to roast the chestnuts over an open fire (almost). That results in a smoky depth that compliments the chestnut’s own sweet taste, as well as the chilli and maple syrup in this recipe.
My mum gave me this recipe when I left home. It was one of my favourites as a kid. I remember surreptitiously sneaking them from the biscuit tins my mum kept under the breakfast bench in my childhood home. It is very easy to pull together and so great for last minute gifts – or […]
This is my favourite way to enjoy beetroot. It’s surprisingly simple to make and vastly improves any steak or burger. It is also perfect on crackers with cheese or as a salad topping. I usually make a few jars at once – because it also makes a lovely gift – however, the recipe can also […]
This is a great way to eek out every last nutrient from any tired looking produce to make sure nothing goes to waste. Here, I have written down a recipe as I have made it, but there is no need to stick to what I have written. In fact, the whole idea is that you […]
The weather is finally getting colder and I am starting to get the munchies (ok, so I always have the munchies – what’s your point?!). I want to share with you my way to get a chocolate fix. I concocted this recipe ages ago while looking up ideas for how to use a packet of […]
I hate throwing away so much of the watermelon, and this recipe solves that problem. You can mix and match the spices that you use to create an impressive custom pickle! Print Recipe Watermelon Rind Pickle Don’t chuck out your watermelon rinds, pickle them! It’s easy and surprisingly tasty. Course Vegetable recipes Prep Time 30 […]