These fishcakes (Tod Mun Pla ) are a Thai classic, but they are easy to make at home after a trip to your local Asian supermarket to pick up a few ingredients – tapioca flour is essential here as it gives the fishcakes their uniquely springy and spongy texture. Continue reading
The weather has been so miserable and rainy today that I’ve been craving warming, autumnal flavours in the form of something I can eat on the sofa while watching the Great British Bake Off on catch up. Continue reading
I think nettle soup sometimes gets a bit of a bad rap, perhaps it just seems a bit too worthy or maybe people are put off by remembered childhood stings on knees and elbows. When collecting nettles you should probably wear thick gloves to prevent any stings (unless you are much hardier than me), I find heavy gardening gloves are good for picking them and then rubber gloves for washing and stripping the leaves off any thick stems. Continue reading
Jo loves chicken wings. Any sort of herby, citrusy or spicy marinade followed by a blast in the oven or BBQ and she’s happy. However, this particular marinade was so awesome we thought we’d share. It’s a magic combination of salty umami soybean, zingy ginger and spicy chilli paste. Continue reading
A hearty classic, delicious fresh flavours and double carbs, what else could you need?