While a Poke bowl is usually made with Sashimi grade fish, I’m not into raw style fish at all, I just can’t take the texture. This is a lovely take on it though with a rainbow of colors in the salad and the salmon just cooked enough to leave it lovely and tender and moist. This dressing makes loads and will keep in the fridge … Continue reading Salmon Poke Bowl with Miso Ginger Dressing
Listening to the radio, I heard Ian Dempsey say that the average person consumes 6,000 calories on Christmas day between food and drink. These recipes are not going to do anything to bring that number down but in my defence we did have a long walk before we came home, sat by the fire after enjoying both these. Perfect food for a cold day – … Continue reading Fish Pie and Chocolate Chestnut Puddings
I have been Cableless for the last 3 weeks having done a big tidy up and in the process lost my cable to connect camera to computer. Another big tidy of the original tidy didn’t result in me finding it although I did get my head nice and clear. I think I have said how I love a good clean, it’s a more productive form … Continue reading Pork Chops with Salsa Verde & Red Pepper Jelly
Once you have all the ingredients for this recipe, it couldn’t be easier – tip into a blender, mix, season and fry. It can be made ahead and the fish cakes re-heated so is perfect for a crowd. I like to make them fish cakes small – starter size or make really small and they will work as great canapes with drinks. Lots of fish … Continue reading Lemon Sole and crabmeat fishcakes with whipped Avocado Dip
I have a few loves about Autumn which make it my favourite season – the first is Jumpers , I’ve always loved big jumpers, warm and easy to wear, wrap with a scarf and usually there is no need for a coat, second are long walks looking for blackberries, followed by hot ports by the fire. And so Autumn has arrived, a drop in temperatures, … Continue reading Fish Pie for Autumn Days …..