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…

Individual Pork Fillet Wellington’s Recipe

I had some pork fillet and decided to give this a go as beef fillet is so expensive. I wasn’t disappointed it tasted so yummy and was a fraction of the cost. It was a pork feast with the parma ham too. Who doesn’t like crispy pasty filled with delicious flavours. It would make a…

Carrot, Cumin and Butternut Squash Soup Recipe

Me and Paulie had a day out planned at Howlets zoo and I always think the food in the canteens isn’t particulary nice. So what could be more comforting than a mug of soup! As we wandered around the lions, monkeys and elephants we had a pit stop at a picnic bench and warmed ourselves…

Lightly Spiced Veal Cottage Pie

Growing up I had 2 favourite dinners, roast and cottage pie. My sister and I had to take it in turns with mince as she liked lasagne and I like cottage pie. I must say as you get older your palate changes and I tend to like stronger flavour’s so Paulie has mastered the spicing…

Warming Roasted Carrot, Ginger and Thyme Soup

When we buy a bag carrots for a stew or casserole, we always end up with a few leftover. Paulie also wanted to test a food tip which is freezing ginger (I took a thumb sized piece off and put it back in the freezer), and I had recently bought the most amazing Thyme plant….

Rich Beef Stew with Horseradish Dumplings

As we are having such a cold March there is nothing more comforting than a stew. We prefer to use beef as it really adds a meaty, rich depth of flavour and is also lean, so you don’t have to worry about skimming off a layer of fat. I was particularly excited about this stew…