Farmersgirl Kitchen

Kedgeree – Two Cookbook Reviews and a Giveaway

I have always loved kedgeree.  In our house, it was a way to use up leftover rice and combining it with cooked smoked haddock and hard-boiled eggs. I remember my

How to make Lettuce Soup

Have you ever made Lettuce Soup? Lettuce is a much-overlooked ingredient, as well as serving as a salad, you can braise it and serve as a vegetable and you can

One-Pan Polish Breakfast and a Review of Wild Honey & Rye

One-Pan Polish Breakfast is a simple recipe idea, but the Polish Kielbasa sausage makes it really rather special and totally delicious.  The recipe comes from a new cookbook Wild Honey &

How to make Fig and Lime Jam

Fig and Lime Jam recipe is easy to make and works brilliantly as a sweet jam on your breakfast toast and. in my opinion, it’s even better with cheese and

How to make Brilliant Blender Banana Bread

How to make Brilliant Blender Banana Bread Brilliant Blender Banana Bread is the ideal way to use those over ripe bananas in your fruit bowl.  I’ve been making this recipe

The top 10 most popular recipes – 10 years of Farmersgirl Kitchen

What were you doing 10 years ago?  Me?  I was creating my blog. Farmersgirl Kitchen began 10 years ago on 14th August 2007 and to celebrate I thought I’d share

Carrot Gingerbread – Veggie Desserts

We’ve all heard of Carrot Cake and most of us absolutely love it, but Kate Hackworthy takes baking and making desserts with vegetables to a whole new level.  Today I’m

Fantastic Falafel Waffles from Naturally Nourished

Naturally Nourished is the latest inventive vegetarian recipe book from Sarah Britton and I’m going to tell you a little about it and share with you the recipe for Fantastic

Avocado and Olive Salsa

The sun is shining and what better way to enjoy the sunshine than to sit outside with a chilled glass of a delicious drink  and a bowl of this Avocado

Honeysuckle and Meadowsweet Spritzer and other Summer Drinks

Honeysuckle and Meadowsweet Spritzer and other Summer Drinks:  I love summer, don’t you?  It’s not just the warm days and lighter evenings, it has to be all about the fresh