Monthly Archives: January 2018

Return of the Mash (braised beef cheek with celeriac mash)

I made this for myself on Sunday evening. It’s another recipe from Killing Me Soufflé, this time a play on Return of the Mack by Mark Morrison. It’s a delicious, slow cooked recipe pairing beef cheek with a creamy celeriac … Continue reading

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Sexy Bake (Tomato braised sausages with Parmiggiano Polenta)

This is another punning recipe from my new cookbook Killing Me Soufflé. The title of this one is a riff on the Justin Timberlake song Sexyback, although it is a bit of a stretch, as the dish isn’t actually a … Continue reading

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Glazed and confused (brown sugar and lime glazed salmon with sticky rice)

I saw my friend Nikki and her, frankly adorable, children yesterday and got my Christmas present from Nikki and her husband Michael (and the kids) – they clearly know me well as part of my present was a lovely cookbook … Continue reading

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Braised brisket of beef with vegetables (slow cooker recipe)

As well as making the cheese and onion pie on Saturday I also fancied making something for myself for dinner in the slow cooker. I flicked through the little booklet of recipes that came with the slow cooker and settled … Continue reading

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Cheese and onion pie

The lovely Abigail gave me this recipe last week and so I decided to make it on Saturday so that Neil and I could nibble on it over the weekend. It’s a simple and tasty recipe. I’m not sure I’d … Continue reading

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Aromatic Thai green chicken and autumn vegetable curry

On Friday evening I fancied something a little spicy and that would help to use up some of the squash that I had in the fridge. I flicked around on the internet and found this tasty little recipe that I … Continue reading

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Slow-cooked beef and ale stew with dumplings

One of the things that I bought back from Christmas with my parents was my mother’s old slow cooker, so I’ve been trying out a couple of recipes with it. I fancied a beef stew on New Year’s Day and … Continue reading

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Latkes

For quite a while now I’ve been meaning to have a go at making Latkas. This is mostly because there is a shop in town that sells them and they’re delicious – every time I go past I look at … Continue reading

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