Posts Tagged ‘sausage’

Creamy kale lentils

Your new favourite side dish – lentils and kale with a touch of cream and mustard.


Weekly eats – hotdogs!

A couple of new favourite recipes. Awesome hot dogs, pumpkin-topped shepherds pie and smoked mackerel spaghetti.

Easy sausage and bean stew

We usually have a bonfire at our flat on Bonfire Night and, along with the mulled wine, I usually make this stew. It’s great because it’s a cheap and easy way to fill up lots of people. It’s also great if you’ve got veggies coming over as you cook the beany stew first (preferably in […]


Summery Salad

I picked up some lovely organic pork meatballs from Waitrose (who can resist a ‘reduced’ bargain these days?), at the time I was thinking of a rich stew spiced with cumin, coriander and cinnamon to eat with a mound of cous cous and a dollop of yoghurt (serious comfort food) . Alas, the weather was […]


Spicy Sausage Pasta

A simple bowl of pasta. Cheap, cheerful and full of flavour. Put a large pot of water onto boil, and cook some pasta – whatever you have to hand really. Heat a large chopped garlic and chilli in a glug of olive oil. Add a couple of sliced sausages and fry until golden brown and […]


Spaghetti with Tomato and Sausage

We got some tomatoes in the veg box this week, which was a welcome change, although we of course got the ubiquitous swede of course too (which I made into tasty rostis). I’m always a bit stumped as to what to do with tomatoes, cooking them seems to be a waste as I really want […]


Sausage carbonara

I have a lot of Jamie Oliver books, they make good reading, but haven’t actually cooked that many of his recipes, he’s all about using amazing (expensive) ingredients simply, when I’m often not. That said, you can’t really fault him, he does make beautiful food and on his Ministry of Food website, he’s some delicious […]