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Comforting creamy potato, cabbage and onion bake

I made this dish as an accompaniment to a recent St Patrick’s day dinner with a gammon joint on the side but the beauty of this recipe is that it is good for any occasion. 289 more words



Everybody loves a good chip (don’t they?)

My parents used to make me the most delicious chips as a child … Such simple meals I remember fondly but always so delicious. 393 more words

Maris Piper

Self-flagellation: Heston Blementhal's Triple Cooked Chips

Sometimes the wheel does indeed benefit from a bit of re-invention. And in this case, when I say wheel, I mean potato. Very much the same way that chef Joel Robuchon is credited with having birthed… 1,070 more words

Self Flagellation

Never Been So Slow To Sew

It was really rather silly and annoying to admit, but my venture into sewing a dress for Maris was like ice skating after many years of not being on skates. 165 more words


Musing about Scottish Dress

Knitting is not going well. I am on my second rip-it-all-up and start again round.

Perhaps I ought to crochet. Hopefully I can find a hook. 362 more words


First Bite

I kept trying to find my dolly world again.

I was given some Christmas money, and actually had the chance to bring a new (inexpensive) doll into the fold. 539 more words


Fish pie

Britmums have challenged bloggers in partnership with the Potato Council to share their Maris Piper potato recipes. Potatoes are naturally fat free as well as a source of fibre and potassium and perfect for family-friendly meals. 346 more words