For my second summery menu, I wanted to try something different. Since I’ve always been interested in Eastern European food but have never really cooked it, I turned to Silvena Rowe’s Feasts. Following the triumph of my menu taken from Ottolenghi’s Jerusalem (click here for the full story), I was sorely disappointed. Probably more so because I love …
Cheeseburger and cajun fries with grape Fanta from Five Guys, Covent Garden. All delicious, especially the fries.
Beef burger with cucumber raita, sriracha and pitta bread.
With the terrible weather we’ve been having over here in England, I wanted to bring a bit of the sunshine that we’ve been lacking outside to the kitchen. So I sat down and put together three menus from three recipe books I’d been meaning to try for ages. This is the first (I’ll be posting the other …
Bucatini are like a longer, thicker version of spaghetti with a hole running through the middle.
Even though the sun wasn’t shining (it was actually pouring with rain), we managed to brighten up the evening with some summery food.
Roast pork joint with gravy, buttery spring greens and roast potatoes.