I feel a little behind with my veg growing this year. Mostly because I was moving house mid April and there were far too many other things to concern myself with. I did manage a few seeds in trays but not much.
Yes I know, life is too short to freeze watermelon, however waste not want not.
I had a watermelon earmarked for cocktails last weekend however we never made it to the watermelon martinis. Rather than waste this amazing fruit I decided to freeze it.
Yes, there is indeed such a thing -- I was very fortunate to be invited along to the launch of Scotland's first Tonic water.
You might think tonic water is tonic water, however you would be quite wrong.
I'm always up for experimenting, and yesterday I pondered the abilities of my slow cooker to bake a loaf of bread.
I did a little reading online and read several different methods. In the end I decided to just wing it!
I'm not known for my love of seafood, however I do eat a small selection of fish.
Recently a friend sent me a fish gift box to broaden my horizons slightly.
Potato scones (also known as tattie scones in Scotland) are simple to make, surprisingly filling and very versatile.
The recipe is mostly cooked potatoes -- if you have any left over from a meal pop them in the fridge and use to make tattie scones within a few days.
Unless you live in a bubble you will have seen the reports regarding the current UK milk crisis -- the price a farmer receives compared to his costs, and ultimately the cost to you.
There's a massive journey ahead to get this right but is there anything you and I can do?
This has to be one of the simplest recipes in my repertoire, yet it is tasty and cheap too. The chorizo gives great flavour and the chickpea add texture and bulk.
These delights will tease your taste buds with a creamy sweet fudge flavour while providing a crunchy texture with some slow release energy from the granola.