Follow this recipe for bolognese, chilli con carne and enchiladas – all from the same basic sauce
Food & Drink
After scoffing our way through three courses at Giraffe in Spinningfield’s, my accomplice and I knew that we had experienced something far better than Nando’s
This Friday, instead of spending your limited funds in the Battered Cod to celebrate the start of the weekend, how about making England’s favourite food yourself?
Five bars in which to spend a jolly evening
This cake is really simple to make and goes down a treat
As people become increasingly concerned about the stocks of wild fish like cod, tuna and salmon it’s good to give them a break and switch to a more abundant fish like mackerel. Try and make sure the mackerel is MSC approved as it guarantees that it is fished using sustainable methods.
Aren’t you just the gruff yet refined classic figure of a man, mulling over your whisky, having it straight because you can handle it. Who do you think you are?
My love affair for fish has appropriately become something of the not so distant past.
I once found myself in a most peculiar state. I had been out for the night and having quite aptly quenched my thirst, I had the usual burning desire for the embrace of my true love – the doner kebab. However, my fairytale ending was not to be as I was all out of cash and thus an unworthy pauper in the eyes of my betrothed. Now what? I could not simply go to bed unsatisfied. So I toddled back to my home and entered my kitchen searching for a remedy.
The food so good they named it twice. Couscous is the lazy man’s rice/pasta/porridge/kebab.
The idea of simply eating slabs of raw fish makes me feel somewhat uneasy – thus I hasten to stress that this is not what sushi is all about.
I like my pubs filled with interesting things to stare at for when the conversation drivels out, the Lass O’Gowrie delivers on that front; the entire pub is filled with all kinds of strange memorabilia, with giant portraits of Lando Calrissian and models of Sir Kill-a-lot