Read more about my eating in adventures and what I have been cooking at home in Sheffield.
I decided to start 2013 off with a bang and cook with the notorious Jerusalem artichoke.
This innocent looking knobbly root vegetable originally from North America is part of the sunflower family, and has an unfortunate association with the impact they have on wind levels after eating.Read More›
Christmas cooking for me always revolves a fair bit around baking and making sweet treats. I like to give these to friends and family for presents or as a contribution to a dinner. I’ve now started to establish some festive traditions that I do every year. The first is making mince pies.Read More›
We are well into November and on a chilly Saturday morning I was feeling in need of something spicy and comforting for lunch to warm me up. My prescription was to be tom yum soup, guaranteed to liven up any lunchtime with its aromatic flavours.Read More›