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On the menu - oatcakes, granola, poppy seed bread x2, vampiro juice and raw jam


I made Thyme and Parmesan Oatcakes from Lorraine Pascale’s Bake and they were absolutely delicious and completely moreish. They had a gorgeous, subtle, cheesy flavour and the perfect proportion of crunch to chew. 1,133 more words


"Unbelievably Dark & Delicious Chocolate Cake" from "Home Cook"

I’m not going to beat around the bush: This was a disaster.

Just look at the picture above as it really is worth 1,000 words. It’s just one big gloopy mess. 204 more words


"Pomegranate-Glazed Chicken Thighs with Red Quinoa Salad" from Home Cook

Kirstin: I’ve been looking forward to cooking with pomegranate molasses, but never had the opportunity before.

Tom: Is that what’s on the chicken?

Kirstin: Yes, it’s what makes that wonderful glaze. 91 more words


"Fish Tacos" from "Home Cook"

We could retitle this post: “This is where things begin to go badly for this cook book.”

In the second chapter of a novel I was reading last year, the author made such an elementary factual error I found that I couldn’t trust anything she wrote for the rest of the book. 457 more words

Fish Friday

"Grilled Tandoori Chicken with Mango Chutney" from "Home Cook"

Sorry. I don’t have any photos for this. My phone died (a moment of silence, please), and I lost the photos I hadn’t backed up– which was only a few, but this was one of them. 112 more words


"Ten-Hour Porchetta with Borlotti & Pea Salsa" from "Home Cook"

I don’t know how appetizing this looks, but trust me, it’s delicious.

Every time I ask Nicholas what he would like for Sunday lunch, he inevitably says, “Pork belly.” He loves, loves, loves it. 325 more words

Thomasina Miers "Home Cook"

Cookbook of the month, May 2017: "Home Cook" by Thomasina Miers

Maureen: Even though I read it every week, ¬†I’ve never made anything from her Saturday column in the¬†Guardian

Kirstin: But it always looks nice. 136 more words

Thomasina Miers "Home Cook"