Monthly Archives: May 2018

Pork Medallions with Wholegrain Mustard Sauce

I made this for myself on Sunday evening. I got the recipe from my friend Rob, who had tried it a couple of weeks ago. It’s tasty – I love a bit of whole-grain mustard – and very quick to … Continue reading

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Chicken and leeks in cider

On Saturday evening I had the lovely Phil over for some dinner and Sapphire and Steel (Adventure 1 – cutesy children and scary nursery rhymes.) and so, for dinner, I cobbled this together. It came out rather well and was … Continue reading

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Greek breads with spring onions

I was leafing through my cookbooks this morning, trying to find something to cook for Phil and I this evening, and I came across this recipe in the book Mamushka by Olia Hercules. It looked tasty, and I hadn’t had … Continue reading

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Lamb and halloumi kebabs

On Tuesday evening I had Figgy over for our usual Tuesday get-together – two episode of Blake’s 7 – Powerplay and Volcano this week, with a little bit of Hinge and Bracket in Dear Ladies to finish off with – … Continue reading

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Chargrilled tuna steak with salsa verde

On Thursday evening I was working another late evening, so I needed something that would be quick and easy to cook after work, but tasty. I found this recipe in my new Rick Stein Fish and Shellfish cookbook and it … Continue reading

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Hawaiian chilli bowl

On Tuesday evening I had the lovely Fig over for our regular bout of Doctor Who. As Monday was Beltane we elected to watch the Jon Pertwee story, The Dæmons, which starts on Beltane and concludes the following day. As … Continue reading

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