I love this dish. It is utter simplicity and tastes like spring. Lamb steaks, grilled until just pink topped with 1kg broad beans, cooked, shelled and mixed with 250g Danish feta. That’s it. Dinner in a flash.
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Being Sunday, it’s First Born’s turn to cook. Tonight, he has whipped up a broad bean and feta risotto in the thermomix. I can’t say it often enough, the thermomix is absolutely brilliant for teaching children to cook. The risotto was fantastic and First Born was very proud of himself. As well he should be. [...]
For weeks now I have been meaning to sample this chicken from Stone Soup. Finally, the night arrived. Let me tell you it was well worth the wait. I made yoghurt cheese rather than the yogurt and cream cheese mix. Deliciously moist and packed with flavour. There’s barely enough left to make a single sandwich [...]
This week’s selection, grabbed from the shelf at random, was Women’s Weekly Country Cooking. It’s cook book that usually only gets considered in the colder months although it has recipes for all seasons. Today however, was virtually a winter’s day. It was freezing this morning when we went to the farmers market and I went [...]
Broad Beans would be so tiresome if they were in season all year round. Removing the pods, cooking, skinning. It’s a fair bit of work. Something I’m more than happy to do in spring when they’re in season to experience their fleeting deliciousness. Joy of joy, despite my poor broad bean plants this year (almost [...]
After the weekend’s birthday celebrations, one thing I did not feel like doing today was cooking. Rare but true. Even so, it’s only just occurred to me as I type this that take away is the common option for nights such as tonight. It’s just not something that occurs to me more than once in [...]
I adore brown lentil salad, particularly with lamb cutlets. It’s a little meal of mine I haven’t shared with you as yet. We had a variation on it tonight. Lentil, Pea, Broad Bean & Chicken Salad 1 cup brown lentils, soaked over night (or use tinned if you must) 6 – 8 pods of broad [...]