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This is a soup I make when we’re down on the veggies, handily made out of frozen peas which I make sure we always have in. Livened up with lots of lovely fragrant coriander, but also tasty with a bunch of parsley or mint if you happen to have it. And truly made in a flash!
A great little make for budding mini-cooks, with plenty of elements they can do entirely themselves. Older kids could easily follow the whole recipe on their own, there’s no great skill involved, simply weighing, grating, stirring and assembly…..
When contemplating healthier Halloween food I couldn’t resist the idea of attempting to make a Blood Soup, only without any actual blood of course! Beetroot and tomatoes it seems make the perfect ghoulish pairing to achieve a rich, thick and blood like consistency…..
Halloween food tends to be a little on the yak side for my liking, usually high in sugar or bad fats, a liberal use of colourings and way too many additives. But it doesn’t have to be that way…..
For our first time ever on Family Foodies we decided to invite you to share your recipes specifically aimed at The Under 2s. That sometimes tricky, occasionally finickity but always messy brigade of first time eaters!
Need a hug in a mug then this is the recipe for you, deliciously warming and hearty slow cooked Oxtail Soup. Also a GIVEAWAY to win a selection of online butcher Donald Russell’s ‘Humble Cuts’
Few can deny that I both love a challenge and I love a good pie, so when the lovely folk at Higgidy asked if I wanted to take part in their Recipe Hunt to create a brand spanking new pie to be the next Special Guest Pie you can guess my response…
It’s been a long, long time since I last baked pasties and when asked by the #BakingMad folks to trial a recipe from their baking site, it so had to be these cheeky Autumnal yummies. Find the recipe here and win yourselves a Baking Mad hamper too.
Welcome to a brand new month on Four Seasons Food (admittedly a little late I accept!) and indeed a brand new season. I love Autumn and the noted crispness in the air, for the beauty of the changing colours around us but most of all I love it for the splendidly rich bounty it presents us with.
It’s me, long lost Louisa folks, finally back after my summer holiday’s absence and welcoming fruitful Autumn with open arms. First up, a delightfully simple recipe for Apple and Blackberry Fool, perfect as a quickie dessert or an on-the-go snack in one of Nom Nom Kids reusable pouches….