Your favourites and mine 2013

Last year I did a round up of blog posts for the year, choosing the recipe with the most page views for each month your favourite, and the one that

Dish of the Month Round up – a year of Nigel Slater Recipes

Last Christmas I recevied a copy of Nigel Slater’s The Kitchen Diaries II, my friend Sue, of A Little Heaven on a Plate fame, is also a fan of this

Dish of the Month December – Cooking the recipes of Nigel Slater

Sue from A Little Bit of Heaven on a plate  and I have cooked Nigel Slater’s the kitchen diaries II all year and here we are at the end of

Slow Baked Sausages – Dish of the Month

In the November chapter of Nigel Slater’s the kitchen diaries II there are all kinds of warming dishes for those cold damp days as autumn draws to a close and

Dish of the Month November – Cooking the recipes of Nigel Slater

It’s Dish of the Month time again and I am without a recipe to show you, however Sue at A Little Bit of Heaven on a Plate is much better

Dish of the Month (Cooking the Recipes of Nigel Slater) October Round Up

The first delicious Dish of the Month was beautifully presented by Dom from Belleau Kitchen.  Upside Down Banoffee Shortcake is a Nigel Slater recipe that Dom found on the Guardian

Duck Legs with ‘Bramble’ Gin and Duck Fat Potatoes – Dish of the Month

Phew!  I’ve finally managed to get my Dish of the Month made, half way through the month.  I had four Goosenargh duck legs from Farmison in the freezer so adapted

October Dish of the Month – Cooking the Recipes of Nigel Slater

I tried to blag a copy of Nigel Slater’s new cookbook “Eat – the little book of fast food” from the publishers, but sadly they did not bite.  So I

Dish of the Month – September Round up

Many thanks to all the lovely food bloggers who joined me and Sue (A Little Bit of Heaven on a Plate) for September Dish of the Month.  The blog event

Lamb Pot Roast and Peach, Bramble and Almond Crumble – Dish of the Month September

In the Kitchen Diaries II, Nigel Slater tells us ” I am not a chef and never have been. I am a home cook who writes about food.”  He goes