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Foodie, father and outdoor guy who spends much of his spare time finding food, cooking food and eating food!
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Foodie, father and outdoor guy who spends much of his time, finding food, cooking food and eating food.

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  • Chocolate & Pistachio Tart
    on Mar 3, 2013 in Baking sweet treat
    Baker junior cooked up this delicous chocolate treat from the Popina Book of baking, a fabulous book that you simply must buy, full of sweet and savoury bakes to suit every taste.  This rich but not sickly pud is one of many recipes we...
  • CHOCOLATE & PISTACHIO TART
    on Mar 3, 2013 in Baking sweet treat
    Baker junior cooked up this delicous chocolate treat from the Popina Book of baking, a fabulous book that you simply must buy, full of sweet and savoury bakes to suit every taste.  This rich but not sickly pud is one of many recipes we...
  • VENISON & GUINNESS PUDDING
    on Mar 3, 2013 in Meat Game Pudding
    If you like a good hearty meal then this venison suet pudding is for you! A tasty alternative to Sunday roast on a chilly afternoon.      Ingredients 1kg of Venison1 large Onion3 anchovy filletsFresh chopped he...
  • LEEK AND STILTON FILO TART
    on Mar 3, 2013
    Recipe to follow shortly....
  • WHAT TO DO WITH CELERIAC?!
    on Nov 12, 2012 in Vegetables vegetarian
    Similar in taste and texture to parsnip but with a prominent flavour of celery, manyof us are unsure what to do with them which is a shame when they are so easy to grow.Celeriac can be cooked and mashed with potato, diced and added to stews and...
  • What to do with Celeriac?!
    on Nov 11, 2012 in Vegetables vegetarian
    Similar in taste and texture to parsnip but with a prominent flavour of celery, manyof us are unsure what to do with them which is a shame when they are so easy to grow.Celeriac can be cooked and mashed with potato, diced and added to stews and...
  • GAME ON AT AUTUMN FEAST
    on Oct 22, 2012
    Another fabulous evening at Baker & Baker, courtesy of Mark David of The Cookery ExerienceOnce again, Mark gave a fun and informative demonstration on our three oven Aga, showing just how versatile this iconic range is.With a ‘Game’ theme, th...
  • SPICY BUNNY BURGERS WITH SUN DRIED TOMATO MAYO
    on Oct 21, 2012 in Dinner Meat Game
    Best burgers ever or so my sons says, and I have to agree!Made with rabbit shot and prepared by my own fair hands but you can buy yours from your local butcher for around £4 each. Pile high with salad, cheese, home-made toma...
  • PORK TENDERLOIN, CHORIZO SAUSAGE & BEAN STEW
    on Jun 17, 2012 in Meat Beans and Pulses
    This recipe uses an organic, free range pork tenderloin.  I cooked this slightly pink which is fine just as long as you are using good quality pork.IngredientsPork tenderloin6 chorizo sausages 2 tins of beans (flageolet & cannelloni)2 s...
  • MUST TRY FISH PIE
    on Jun 10, 2012 in Dinner Fish
    A fish pie to die for, hence the 'must try' title.One helping just isn't enough!You know me by now, I will always recommend you use the best ingredients and in this case, your local fish mongers.  We are lucky enough to have Mr Turner but i...
  • SMOKED MACKEREL, LENTIL & ASPARAGUS SALAD
    on Jun 10, 2012 in Lunches Fish Salads
    Smoke mackerel is dead cheap, versatile and incredibly flavoursomeand we usually have a pack in the freezer on standby.Perfect in pasta, I often make a mackerel carbonara which I will add to the blog soon.In a sandwich with lashings of mayo or in cru...
  • BANK HOLIDAY BAKING
    on Jun 8, 2012 in Baking Pudding
    Banoffee Pie & Bread Pudding for the Queens Jubilee weekendNot ground breaking but great for using up left oversIngredients300g oat biscuits70g melted butter3 banana's - sliced300ml double cream1 tbsp icing sugar297g Nestle carnation ca...
  • JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS
    on Jun 5, 2012
    The picnic in the park for the Queens jubilee which due to the great British weather, turned into a pint and a pork pie in the park, with waterproofs and a big brollie. Still, there was a good crowd with plenty more beers later! God bless her.
  • SOYA & GINGER VENISON FILLET
    on Jun 4, 2012 in Meat Game Outdoors Bar-B-Q
     Seeing as it was national barbecue week last week and the weather was good, we decided to cook up the venison fillet we still had left.First thing to do is trim off any sinew (the stringy bit!)The best way to do this is using the same tech...
  • THE FAMILY BUTCHERS - WAY BACK WHEN...
    on Jun 4, 2012
    My dear old Granddad, who incidentally was 103 last month, comes from a family of butchers going back three generations. Here's a photo of one of their shops in London, taken in the 1890's.Only those wearing aprons worked in the shop, so who wer...
  • YAY, WE GOT GOOSEBERRIES!
    on May 12, 2012
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  • SAUCY LAMB SHANKS
    on Apr 30, 2012 in Dinner Meat
    A lip smacking meaty feast with a positively perfect vegetable combination. Your friends and family will adore this easy, one pot meal.Serves 4Four lamb shanks3 carrots, cut into large chucks2 celery sticks, cut into large chunks2...
  • BRIOCHE BREAD & BUTTER PUDDING
    on Apr 28, 2012 in sweet snack Pudding
    A quick and easy pudding that you can throw together in 10 minutes and everyone will love.An alternative to the traditional bread and butter version using French brioche.You can also use stale croissants or hot cross buns and sprinkle over...
  • SPICY SWEET POTATO AND BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP
    on Apr 24, 2012 in Lunches Vegetables vegetarian
    Try this super quick, super tasty vegetable soup with a hunk of bread and butter.A healthy, meat free lunch or tea with a spicy kick.Ingredients50g butter1 medium onion, chopped½-1 tsp green Thai curry paste (depending on how hot you like it!)½-1 t...
  • KEDGEREE IN A CUP
    on Apr 22, 2012
    I just love kedgeree. It's quick and easy, tasty and cheap and can be eaten anytime, breakfast, lunch or tea. This time, instead of the usual pile on a plate, I served it from a cup with the egg in the centre.A kedgeree tower, tha...
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