Tagged with pork

Pork and Polenta

Pork and Polenta

A quick and filling mid week supper made with some lovely pork steaks from Millies and Tancred Farm and I rediscover polenta! Continue reading

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Momofuku Pork Buns

Momofuku Pork Buns

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!? Continue reading

Oeuf and Turf!

Oeuf and Turf!

Yes, it’s been a whole year since the last Bradford Beer Festival, and last year I banged on about how its the highlight of my calendar! in 2011 I made a Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall pork pie to bring with me to help stave off the group’s hunger pangs and this year I decided to bring another … Continue reading

Pheasant Terrine

Pheasant Terrine

I can confirm I am not a pheasant plucker, neither am I a pheasant plucker’s son (or daughter)! Thanks to the wonderful folk at Keelham Hall Farm Shop, they did all of the plucking and gutting for me! However, once again I indulged myself with some light butchery! For the Delia’s Christmas events we held … Continue reading

Making a right pig’s ear!

Making a right pig’s ear!

Question: Can you make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear? Answer: No, but you can make some darn good snacks! For the Dinner at the Manor November event we chose the theme it around Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall and the original River Cottage Cookbook, which celebrated its 10 year anniversary. we chose Hugh because … Continue reading

The Husband’s Chilli

I’ll let it be known right now that I am very much a control freak in my kitchen. I am in charge of my kitchen supplies and inventory and that’s that. To my Husband this translates as living with a nightmare! I pretty much do all of the cooking and although the Husband can actually cook, I … Continue reading

Belly Nice!

My friend Dan is a very good cook – I’ve never disliked anything he’s made and he’s great at giving foodie hints and tips. We both subscribe to BBC Good Food Magazine and in February’s edition there was a brilliant recipe for pork belly. Dan made it for the murder mystery party I went to … Continue reading

Pie….

I officially suck at keeping up to date with my blog. Its been a few hectic weeks at work and also at home, and whilst I have been whipping up a number of treats, I have just been too lazy to write. I’ll give myself a D- and must do better. Last Sunday was a … Continue reading

How I met your Father….

My husband often tells me that the reason he married me was because of my meatballs. They are one of his favourite things to eat and I often end up making them at least a couple of times a month. My usual ones are of the Italian variety and I serve them with tagliatelle or … Continue reading