I just love Fish Pie, tasty chunks of fish, in a creamy sauce topped with mashed potatoes. This version of Fish Pie is lower in calories and still tastes great.
Let me introduce A FEAST OF BLACKBERRIES – THE GREAT BRITISH BLACKBERRY RECIPE ROUND UP! A huge thank you to all the lovely cooks, bakers and bloggers who joined The
I’m always amazed by the variety of dishes that are entered to the Slow Cooked Challenge and as there was no particular theme this month, we have everything from pies
This month we are rifling through our magazine cuttings for Random Recipes, the challenge run by Dominic at Belleau Kitchen. I have all but given up buying magazines as I
On the day that Scotland’s First Minister, Alex Salmond, launched the SNP’s independence blueprint, which argues the nation would prosper should there be a “Yes” vote in next September’s
The pie is ubiquitous in every culture, whether it’s sweet or savoury, large or small, open or closed, enclosing a filling with some kind of pastry or dough is a
It’s always a pleasure to make new dishes from food left over from other meals. Christmas is the greatest opportunity to be creative with leftovers and I am drawn
I made a trip out to our local Farm Shop, Kilnford Barns to stock up on some of their Galloway Beef, Blackface Lamb and Outdoor Reared Pork all locally produced.
I made this little pie the day after the Rhubarb Bakewell Tart as I had some pastry left. You can see the recipe for the pastry on this post for
I did not get into cooking without some family heritage. My Mum in the 1960’s My mother is an excellent and adventurous cook and a competitive baker (in a Kirstie’s