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Scandi Mackerel on Toast

Mackerel on a bed of beetroot, cucumber dill salad and crispy sour dough. 

Food

The Judge Radiant range: Making breakfasts, lunches, and dinners easier and quicker to make

We’ve been trying out a new frying pan in our house, and it’s made our breakfasts, lunches, and dinners much easier. Here’s how!

The New Judge Radiant benefits from Teflon’s very latest Radiance non-stick surface, which is PFOA free. 139 more words

Cooking Experiences

Catch of the day

It’s been a truly dreadful few weeks for the UK, I can’t remember a period like it before for utter horror. We made an attempt at escapism and this post is the result, on our way home the events in London of the most horrific fire were unfolding. 474 more words

Travel

FRESH MACKEREL

The Mermaids’ Purse has taken a break from blogging for the month of May but I have scheduled a picture post for each Saturday so you won’t miss me too much… 55 more words

WATERFORD

Broad beans, peas, mackerel and strawberries - simple summer eating this June at the farmers' market

The glorious weather we’ve been enjoying this May seems to be continuing into June and although the lack of rain is not so good for farmers and my garden with its newly planted hedges, it means dining al fresco is a pleasure. 855 more words

In Season

30th May 1660. A Fishy Story.

The word mackerel is derived from the 1300.s Old French Maquerel. The Romans used it to make garum, a fish sauce. Mrs Beeton’s Book on Household Management (1861) had a recipe for fennel sauce using mackerel. 367 more words

May

Caravan, Kings Cross

Caravan, located in the beautiful Granary Square near Kings Cross station, is another great option for the gluten-free (especially when the queues for Dishoom… 337 more words

London