Partridge is one of the lighter game meats. Teamed with crisp, juicy grapes, rich gnocchi and earthy mushrooms this dish is packed full of flavour and really is what autumnal comfort food is all about.
A guinea fowl is a delicious alternative to chicken which is at it’s best in the autumn months. It is fantastically flavourful with darker, gamier flesh.
We have been lucky enough to collaborate with Michelin Starred Chef Brad Carter and his team at Carters of Moseley to bring you this fabulous recipe.
Summer is finally on it’s way and we all champing at the bit to dust off the barbecue, wait for a gap in the clouds and enjoy some al-fresco dining. Dips are the ideal summer food; cool, quick and easy. They are especially great for entertaining, often requiring little to no cooking and can be […]
Spice Kitchen are an award-winning artisan producer of tea and spice blends based in Walsall. They have a excellent range of small batch, freshly ground spices great for keen home cooks. In addition to this they sell products for tea aficionados and have some wonderful gift ideas. They were kind enough to send us two of their […]
This recipe is something of a favourite in our household, the mix of sweet, the savoury and richness of the pork is something that is very hard to beat. The pork fillets don’t hang about too long when they’re put on the table. It is much easier than you would imagine but it does take […]
This recipe for quick pickled vegetables is effortless, but the end result is a refreshing addition to any plate. Jöro serve these vegetables alongside their Cured Wild Sea Trout recipe and they complement the fish wonderfully. This type of pickling doesn’t require canning, as you tend to use them with a week or so. In […]
Parkin is a gingerbread cake traditionally made with oats and black treacle. It’s simple to make and is often associated with Yorkshire as well as being eaten on Guy Fawkes Night.
This Chilean Bean Stew (also known as Porontas Granados ) with Tomato Salad is my husband’s favourite vegan meal. Coming from a big meat eater, I think that might mean something. I’ve made this recipe many times before; for family, vegan/vegetarian friends and also big dinner parties too and the feedback is always really good often with […]
This Shepherd’s Pie is a version of the traditional Irish dish except we’ve used leeks in replace of onions for a bit of a twist. One portion fits perfectly in our 10cm Mini Cast Iron Casserole, believe us, it may look small, but they are deep enough to get a fair amount of filling in then […]