Sausage Ragu

Oh how I loathe the term “signature dish”, it makes me cringe and want to give up cooking. But then I wouldn’t  be a food blogger anymore, would I?  Anyway here is my, cringe, signature dish. A bloody tasty sauce for any type of short pasta, penne (tubes) or conchiglie (shells) work best, all those … Continue reading Sausage Ragu

Traditional Porridge

I know you will think I am crazy, telling you how to make porridge, but let me explain. It is a good thing to know how to make, and I think that everyone should have a basic recipe for it. This is, again, a reissued post from my previous blog, but I think it’s okay … Continue reading Traditional Porridge

School Days Bolognese

This is a recipe from my Mum’s old school books from when she studied for her O Level in Home Economics during the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. This is a fantastic recipe. Mum’s made this so many times over the years that she never refers to the book any more. She uses it for … Continue reading School Days Bolognese

Malteser Traybake

Just the thing you need for the post Easter week. You don’t have to do this with Maltesers, you can adapt this to accommodate any chocolate confection. Last year for my young cousin’s christening I made, at her father’s request, a version using slices of Double Decker bars instead of Maltesers. I love making fridge … Continue reading Malteser Traybake