Asian BBQ Steak Salad #BetterBBQ Following on from my Organic Meat Masterclass post, I’ve written a quick and easy salad. This salad is no ordinary salad; it has steak, fresh herbs, sweet, hot and sour dressing and looks the business with all it’s vibrant colours.
I kindly received an invite from the wonderful people at the Soil Association to attend an evening of all things meaty. Not just any meat, but specifically organic meat. The evening was hosted by Whole Foods’ flagship store in Kensington in their ‘Room with a View’. Sponsored by Eversfield Organic Farm and the Soil Association. […]
Truffle and Chestnut Risotto This easy dish is a serious game changer for anyone who thinks they can cook a good risotto; with two extra ingredients you can take a wonderful risotto bianco to its peak. I don’t think you can match this one. Fresh black truffle and sweet chestnuts are perfect partners.
Following on from my introduction to wild garlic this week, I thought I would add a very quick recipe idea, wild garlic butter. Well, it’s almost not a recipe, more of a fridge or freezer staple.
It is the season to be jolly; one of my best friends has come out to play from the Allium family. May I introduce Mr Allium Ursinum; wild garlic, fat leafed garlic, bears leafed garlic along with many other aliases. He is here for around eight weeks, depending on where he is visits, from early […]
Salt beef Salt beef is a deli classic and if you think ‘yeah I know all about it’ as I’ve bought some from the supermarket, then stop, think again. The wafer thin, pathetic slices are not what salt beef is about; big thick chunks is what you deserve. Don’t let anyone tell you different. Always […]