Kedgeree – a bit like Paella but curried!

Before any of you ask, this was not a student creation from my University days gone by! Kedgeree is at its most basic, a dish consisting of boiled rice, flaked fish, curry powder and hard boiled eggs.  It is thought to have originated from an Indian rice and bean/lentil dish called Khichri, and widely believed…

Oat to a Good Start

When you see it in little white bowls in Starbucks and conversation turns to whether it’s best made on the hob or in the microwave, or whether you favour it hot or cold, or what topping you prefer on yours – you know that porridge is back! Porridge has been around for yonks but in…

Americana

Of all the places I have travelled to, New York aka New Yoik, is still one of my favourite destinations.  Having been there on three seperate occasions with three different groups of people, I can encouragingly recommend this place to everyone.  Other than the typical tourist attractions statue of liberty, times square, central park, etc which I will…

Weekend – Sunday

Pancakes…mmmmm! Which type should I make? American style, french crêpe, ricotta hotcakes, galette, gridle cake, pfannkuchen, pannenkoeken, poffertjes, palacinky, palacsinta, blini, drop scones, pikelets, crumpets, waffles the list goes on.  Or so the internet tells me! “Ultimately, all of the above are a variation on a theme.”  They all have flour, milk and eggs.  Some…