Hi folks, well you’re not getting a recipe this week, you are getting an introduction to my new food blog Greek Olives And Honey where I will be sharing some of my favourite Greek inspired recipes and photos from the marvelous islands of Greece….
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Harissa is a handy spice to have to hand in the kitchen. Great for livening up soups and stews and stirring into yogurt for a quick and easy dip. My homemade harissa tastes way better than the stuff you can buy in the supermarket….
Spring has sprung at last up here on Walton’s Mountain. We have sunshine and daffodils but still have the odd squalling rain and even the odd hail storm. It is a betwixt and between sort of time that calls for comfort food of a lighter kind. This Thai Salmon Bake is perfect for this time…
This is British Pie week so I thought I’d share my Mini Scotch Pies recipe from by book A Wee Taste Of Scotland.
We have had the weirdest weather this past week, glorious sunshine then a day of heavy snow but still sunny. Anyway in honour of this sunshine here is a lovely sunny and healthy breakfast recipe for Green Tea And Quinoa Porridge.
It is still somewhat wintery up here on Walton’s Mountain so we still need our comfort food and these Big Baked Beans are just the thing.
It’s all a bit of a foodie week this week, what with Yorkshire Pudding Day yesterday, Chinese New Year today and Pancake Day tomorrow. What to celebrate with a recipe? I thought I’d do this super easy pork and broccoli stir fry as my nod to Chinese New Year.
We often think of our wintery veggies as a wee bit boring compared to the brightly coloured zestiness of summer fruits and veg, but for me some winter wonders pack a real punch in flavour and usefulness – the lovely leek for example and my recipe for Leek Confit will prove the point.
Hi, I’m Karon Grieve welcome to my world, a little patch of the Scottish countryside where I live with my gorgeous daughter Idgy and lots of animals. I’m a cook, crafter, writer and photographer and I’ve come to realise that my true interest lies in what I think of as the real heart of the home, the larder. Read More…