I bloody well love pies. Any pie. Cold pies, hot pies, meat pies, veggie pies. If it has pastry and a tasty filling, I’m in there! Given my obsession with the crusty devils it only seemed fitting that I make a pie this week as part of my GBBO inspired posts, My chicken and leek pie.
When the lovely folks at Waitrose contacted me to have a barbecue with friends and whip up some Heston inspired BBQ treats I couldn’t say no. Meat? Smoke? Winner.
Perfect for brunch, a version of guacamole, on sourdough, with poached eggs. Rich, creamy, but cut through with lemon, chilli and coriander. This is a truly tasty treat and despite probably being quite bad for you, tastes virtuous.
Inspired by week 9 of the GBBO, I’ve made savoury choux buns filled with smoked salmon mousse – give them a go, choux might like them!
Ceviche, is quite possibly one the easiest things, yet one of the tastiest fish dishes you’ll ever taste. I’ve added a smoky kick with some chipotle.
A quick and filling mid week supper made with some lovely pork steaks from Millies and Tancred Farm and I rediscover polenta!
As the days have started getting cooler, this is a warming dish for the onset of autumn, this is my rich and tender pot roast beef.
Ok, so the guilt of not blogging on here in months has really got to me now and I really need to get out of this funk otherwise Sticky Pinny will end up in blogger’s graveyard!! I suppose its my innate laziness getting the best of me. Anyway, speaking of funky stuff here’s my recipe …
This weekend I attempted to make David Chang’s Momofuku pork buns. Whilst not a completely new trend and a cult dish at his restaurants I’ve wanted to make them for a while but never really got my backside into gear and actually made them. Bread, pork belly, sauce. What’s not to love!?
Who’s there? A tasty Italian dumpling that’s what!! I tried my hand a making gnocchi for the first time this week.