Lamb Chops with a Zesty Redcurrant Gravy

I love all food but lamb has to be one of my favourites. Rather than waiting for the weekend to have a roast I fancied a mid week fix so opted for chops. It worked a treat. I don’t think I can eat lamb without rosemary and you can probably see from my posts I…

Pan Fried Gurnard on a Fennel and Parmesan Gratin

Keeping the healthy new year kick going I’m trying to cut out some of my carb intake. If you like liquorice or better still a shot of Pernod then you’ll love fennel as it have a lovely aniseed flavour. I always think Gurnard are such a pretty fish as they are red with yellow and…

Haggis Salad with a Runny Egg and Mustard Dressing

I’m not Scottish but as it is burn’s night and my local farm shop had an array of haggis goods for sale I thought I would give it a go. I’m from Devon and love hogs pudding so I guessed I should like it. Unlike hogs pudding which uses pig meat, haggis uses lamb organs…

Spiced Duck Breast with a Soy Sauce, Honey and Ginger Sauce

Happy new year let’s hope 2019 is good to us. Over Christmas I really did eat what I wanted so I’m ready for some healthy food. I had an urge for some Asian flavours but something really simple. This duck dish worked perfectly with the spiced crispy skin. I had broccoli with mine which worked…

Healthy Crown Prince Squash and Red Lentil Curry

I love squash and the crown prince has lovely orange flesh and is deliciously sweet. It really holds its shape and texture in this curry. It is tasty, filling and healthy. Ingredients (serves 2) 1/2 crown prince squash, whole if small. Peeled center removed and cut into 5cm chunks 2 shallots, peeled and finely diced…

Spice and Herb Potted Wild Rabbit – Christmas Prep

So I have potted my rabbit ready to mature for Christmas. Mine made 4 jars so I ate one after a few days which tasted so delicious on toast. I have 2 jars in the fridge maturing for Christmas and gave the final jar to my parents. I first tried potted rabbit in London at…