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Week 46: Gammon Steaks with Parsley (and peas)

Week 46! Welcome to my lovely new followers!  Not party-ish food this week, but I hope you like it all the same :)

So this week my lover took a trip out of town for a few days, and as the saying goes while the cat was away this mouse played.   501 more words

New Recipe Night

Herb Roasted Gammon

So this was something I came up with on the fly because we had a cut of gammon about to go off in the fridge – the roasting and seasoning method is incredibly transferable, and you can totally replace this with whatever roasting cut or joint you have lying around at home. 399 more words


Foodie Friday - Sweet Potato & Gammon Pies

Gosh time flies… we are nearly at the end of summer, I’ve had a busy couple of weeks, catching up with good friends, work and unfortunately a family bereavement but I have a few posts lined up so my blog will become lively once more. 1,412 more words

Honey & Mustard Roast Gammon

When it comes to roast dinner, I’m almost always a gammon girl. There is not a finer meat on Earth in my opinion. I’m blessed with a mum who is a fabulous cook, this is a recipe I’ve learned from her. 404 more words

Main Meals

We interrupt this blog to bring you a recipe: Sun 10th August 2014

I have been getting on quite nicely with my week of misery regime recently. It goes like this – in the week I am veggie wherever possible and I also avoid dairy. 904 more words


A friend with a sizeable appetite has unfortunately just left Leeds to finish his degree back in London, so for his leaving party I suggested we all head to… 596 more words

Surrey Ham Egg and Chips

Okay, so you may be looking at this picture and wondering where the chips are, and even for ham for that matter. In all honestly this meal is gammon steak with crushed minty Jersey royal potatoes with peas and a fried egg and asparagus; but that quite frankly is a really long recipe title and when I served this plate to Sam he referred to it as a posh Surrey version of ham egg and chips, which seemed a more fitting description for it. 279 more words