Simple and in Season – The June Round – Up

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Well I have yet again been so amazed at the amount of fantastically seasonal recipes that have been entered into my guest hosting for Ren Behan’s “Simple and in Season” for June. There are  an impressive THIRTY ONE  not including my own entry HERE. I have seen so many ideas that I just have to […]

Home Grown Seasonal Salad with a Mint, Oregano & Lime dressing

Home grown salad

Although this is a fairly simple salad in terms of  ingredients, it is pretty much home grown. Potatoes, mustard leaf, spring onions, mint, oregano and chives all came from either the garden or the allotment. Because of this the flavours seem to come alive. The taste of each ingredient is discernible individually but they come […]

Simple and in Season – June Recipe Link Up

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Welcome to Simple and in Season which I am guest hosting this month for Ren Behan over at Fabulicious Food. Ren has been running this event for over a year now and it happens to be the first monthly link up that I ever entered  when I started my blog  last year! I have entered […]

Tagliatelle with Flower Sprouts & Chorizo

Flower sprout & chorizo pasta

As most mums to young children do, I tend to cook A LOT of pasta. Consequently, I rarely feel like cooking it for me and Mr. Scott when we settle down for our dinner. The only pasta dish  that I do keep producing (mainly on a Friday when there are fresh dressed crabs in Waitrose) […]

Purple Sprouting Broccoli Salad with a Lemon, Chilli & Garlic Dressing

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This week so far has been hectic to ay the least. Whatsmore it is likely to continue, so I was concerned that I may not get around to posting up a recipe at all. The thing is, I really wanted to. I just enjoy the process of thinking up ideas and putting them  here. It […]

Pork Parmesan & Leek Patties

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There are so many good burger joints I have been hearing about recently, I am now feeling the need to hit London and try one. Photos appearing on Twitter of The Pitt Cue Co are also emphasising the glory of all things MEAT. I can handle that as well as positively encourage the mass consumption of ribs, […]

Teryaki Salmon & Stir Fried Greens

Teryaki salmon & kale

I never used to really like salmon until I tried it Teryaki style. It’s a fish that can so often taste too oily and flabby, leaving quite an unpleasant aftertaste. What got me back into it was cooking it in this marinade that I don’t even measure. Yes, I do have a specific recipe for […]