Author Archives: headchef
We’ve been making Jamie Oliver’s Fantastic Fish Pie for years, and I see Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall has a similar recipe in his new comfort food book. But tonight I decided not to look at that, and busked my own new twist … Continue reading
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s new cook book River Cottage Good Comfort is a treasure trove of simple, tasty recipes – just the sort of thing we love here at Suppertime! I won’t spoil his sales by repeating the recipe, but this is … Continue reading
I did a bit of graphic design noodling at the weekend and made a faux-old Suppertime book from the 1960s and some 60s/70s style recipe cards too. What do you think?
My daughter made this tonight and it was utterly delicious – the photo doesn’t do it justice. Also, the best houmous I have ever tasted! Serves 2 Houmous 1/2 can of chickpeas 1 heaped teaspoon ground cumin 1 heaped teaspoon … Continue reading
Too many sausages! I made this for 3, scaled down… but didn’t scale it down quite enough. Burp! It is quick, easy and delicious, though. And it doesn’t have any dill in it. This should feed 5 people easily. Adapted … Continue reading
We’ve had Claudia Roden’s beautiful book Food from Spain on our bookshelves (not, note, in the kitchen) for a long time and we have hardly cooked anything from it. That changed last night when we made two dishes, both delicious … Continue reading
Tragically no photos of these, they all got eaten too quickly to snap. But once you’ve made your own hummous and flat breads you’ll never go back to shop-bought. Hummous This is adapted from Jersualem by Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami … Continue reading
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Adapted from a BBC Good Food recipe when I realised that most recipes in a certain ramen cookbook required 8 other things you had to make and about a month of spare time. Serves 4. Ingredients 1 chicken stock cube … Continue reading