Honey Roast Cider Ham

  This is one of those delightful recipes which requires very little work and can just bubble along in the background whilst you go about your daily life.  In terms of timing, I find it best to do steps 1-4 at night, then begin the cooking process in the morning before work and sure enough,…

Goats Cheese Stuffed Squash

    Introduction Who doesn’t love a good Butternut Squash?  You?  If so, please kindly leave this blog post.  Excellent, just us good people are here now.  This dish works well as a filling main for one, or a starter for two.  Though it may not be the prettiest dish, it offers a well balanced…

Sweet Lemon and Mustard Chicken

Introduction I’ll start with the obvious – it’s not the prettiest meal in the world.  A thick sauce of pastels over a roasted chicken breast is never going to win prizes for presentation, but the taste is wonderful.  The key adaptive element here is sweetness – if you enjoy the sharpness of mustard then you…

Root Vegetable Fries

Introduction This is insanely easy and makes a great side dish.  It works for almost all root vegetables – carrots, sweet potato and parsnips are favourites. Method Preheat oven to about 200C Cut your vegetables into desired shape – batons always work well.  Try to make them as similar as possible to ensure they’re ready…