This time of year food based social media is dominated by Autumnal bounty of the Northern hemisphere and there are regular comments of “Pumpkin spice” in many many forms. The thing is, outside of the North American continent, this is an unknown mix, or at least an unknown name for an existing mix of exoticContinue reading “Pumpkin spice everything”
Now my tummy is beginning to grumble, I’d love to have some rhubarb crumble.
A classic cooked with the aid of a wood fire – This is a long process, but bear with me, it is so very much worth it ! Jump to Recipe Jump to Gallery Most of us at some time have made shepherd’s pie in one form or another. It is one of those dishesContinue reading “A real slow, fire roasted Shepherd’s Pie”
So these steak knives are older than my kids. Picked up all those years ago for just a couple of dollars each, as part of a table setting when we had a family Christmas meal. I had recalled a previous event, where people complained for a sharp knife; to cut bread, spanokopita, cheese, meats orContinue reading “Old to new”
Ravioli Puttenesca, fresh ravioli with a rich tomato, olive and capers sauce. Along with some ramblings on names of things.
This week I transferred my webpage from GoDaddy to WordPress to make the blog and page editing easier to work with. This is going to be a big old learning curve and looking forward to the challenge. I would like to thank the many bloggers I follow and read for suggesting the move, as IContinue reading “Well I have done it now !”