Blueberries and apple is such a classic, and for good reason.
Archives for 2019
Brunch, lunch, munch … sweet corn fritters with the ‘works’ are hard to resist.
… to microwave corn. I had a virgin run the other night microwaving a corn cob. Yes, yes, I know, it’s not exactly a revolutionary thing to do at my age … but for me it was a brand-new experience. I’ve always avoided microwaving corn. I mean, why would you? With a family to feed […]
Whoa! Bright as traffic lights, get your gums around these.
Easy, fruit-tutti stuff. Just do it.
Serve with fried eggs and salad, or take the pan outside, sit somewhere private and eat the lot yourself.
Mine may look a little munted (it is much used and much loved), but I highly recommend this simple piece of equipment. What is it? A splatter screen is a round, flat piece of metal mesh with a long handle. Placed over a frying pan it will stop splatters leaping out of the pan (about […]
Shared Kitchen has had a summer snooze, and hopefully you did, too, but now it’s time to embrace the year and all the possibilities it holds. I don’t bother with all sorts of promises to myself at the beginning of each new year – mainly because the list would be depressingly long (so much self-improvement […]
Oh-er, would you look at that. Prime lamb, quick to cook and quickly gobbled up.
Looking for something speedy, tasty and easy? Yep. This is it.
Golden chicken with a ricotta stuffing is hard to resist.
It’s probably not kosher to snip noodles with scissors – long noodles represent long life in China – but it sure makes eating cellophane noodles a lot easier! So, snip, snip …
Think Greek! Retsina if you must (or a good Rosé!), sun, sizzling eggplant, big red juicy tomatoes, dried oregano … mmmm, makes you want to go there.