Friday, 17 March 2017
Spring has come round again, and here I am, over two years since I first started this blog, and over a year since my last post. I apologise to all my followers for letting the whole thing slide, but it has been a year full of changes for me, so I decided to take a break from blogging for a while. I am now living in West Sussex, in between the South Downs and the south coast of England. It's a lovely area, and I am going to enjoy exploring the foodie places nearby.
Since my last post, I fell off the Primal diet wagon big time for a while, but have now resolved to restart it as I know that my general health is better when I follow it. So keep an eye out for new recipes and experiments posted here :)
Saturday, 5 December 2015
Christmas is here! As far as I'm concerned, from the 1st of December I can definitely start cooking all things Christmassy. I also become obsessed with Christmas crafts - do you like the snowman bauble I made for my friends? I gave them one each as a little Yuletide gift, and they really liked it. Although what they probably enjoyed more is the fact that I made mulled wine for them! Here's my recipe for it (perfected over the years!).
Wednesday, 21 October 2015
Sunday, 11 October 2015
Last week, I had a paper bag full of quinces in my kitchen - what a treat! I discovered this magnificent fruit in a nearby farm one crsip Autumn day, about 2 years ago. I bought some because they smelt divine even though I had no idea what to do with them. Since then, I have cooked these beauties many times and I never tire of them.
Monday, 5 October 2015
Anyone who is familiar with Malta knows that pulpetti (meat or fish patties) are part of the local cuisine. I'm not a huge fan of fish, but I do like a meat patty. This is how my my mum used to cook meat patties - baked in tomato sauce - and they were one of my favourite dishes growing up.
Sunday, 4 October 2015
This post is a bit late, as strawberries are no longer in season (though you can still get some in supermarkets). At the peak of the season, I managed to get my hands on some lovely strawberries. Plump, red, juicy and sweet - they really did not need anything done to them, but sometimes I felt like adding something to them - sugar is normally a classic, but on a primal diet, that's out of the question, so I came up with a few more ideas.