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.
Pickled turnips. I’m just going to put that out there. I wonder what you are thinking right now. Are you contemplating a face-scrunchingly acidic brine over a crunchy, but otherwise unremarkable root veg? Or perhaps your mind immediately pondered the way turnips are perhaps the least sexy of all the vegetables. The name itself sounds […]
Follow my blog with Bloglovin You know that feeling. You bite into and apple that looked good only to discover it was flavourless and floury. A few months ago the apples from this same shop where crisp and juicy but now they are lacklustre. It’s such a disappointment. You move on to the strawberries and […]
Visiting a pick your own farm is a family activity that will work for everyone no matter what age or stage your family is at. For urbanites, it is way to experience the area around the city in a whole new way. It gets everyone outside and kids of all ages love being able see how […]
Taking your kids to a pick your own farm is one of the best ways to educate them about food. It’s something I love to do. It is such a delight to watch them spot a fruit they really love to eat in the place where it grows, pull it straight for the tree and take a bite. […]