I love a pickle. Always have, since being a very little girl filching the tiny silver skin onions...Read More
As a child, I was occasionally served broad beans, cooked in chewy, barely digestible pods, and it took me until well into adulthood to even go near them again. And then I discovered ‘double-podding’. Not just slipping them from their blankety beds with a deftly-applied flick of a well-exercised thumb, but also removing that thick, barely penetrable, greyish skin to reveal a nub of the brightest green, as round and fresh and delectable as the most petit of peas. This, dear reader, changed everything…Read More
This bolognese is a bit cheaty, given that most of its component parts come from tins, but then sometimes that’s exactly what we need. Rich and winey (not to be confused with ‘rich and whiny’), you can throw this together and pretty much ignore it entirely until it’s time for dinner.Read More
Choosing a vegan diet is a privilege. ‘But some of the poorest diets in the world are vegan’, I hear you cry. And there, dear reader, does the distinction lie. A diet dictated by poverty is not a choice. A diet lacking in meat and dairy products for wont of the finances, resources and availability of them, is not the same as having access to these products and choosing not to use them.Read More
by Jack Monroe | Apr 18, 2018 | Baking, Beans & Lentils, Blog, Bread, Breakfast, Dairy Free, Drinks, Fish, Microwave Cooking, News, Pasta, Photos, Recipes, Rice, Snacks & Treats, Soups, Spuds, Uncategorized, Vegan, Vegan Recipes, Vegetarian | 9 |
Excited to announce that I am now taking orders for Cooking On A Bootstrap colour edition –...Read More
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