January Recipe: Chicken Casserole with English Ale & Stilton Walnut Dumplings

Seroquel uk I have found a very seasonal recipe with winter vegetables and using up some of the leftover stilton that you may still have from Christmas, which is I am informed is the best time of year to buy Stilton.  I adore dumplings but don’t, I must confess, make them very often.  However, they seem ideal at this dismal, dark time of year – I am not a winter person as you will gather, despite having a January birthday!

buy Lyrica I am sure you will enjoy the recipe.  Any English Ale will do of course, preferably a local one! Continue reading “January Recipe: Chicken Casserole with English Ale & Stilton Walnut Dumplings”

December Recipe: Tear and Share Stollen Ring

I am going to encourage those of you who have never used yeast, or made bread, to give this recipe a go as Stollen is such a traditional Christmas ingredient, although obviously not originating in the UK.  A tip is to make sure that the milk you add is only lukewarm, too hot and you will kill the yeast and your dough won’t rise.  I put mine to prove in my airing cupboard, but anywhere warm and free of draughts is suitable, so not near a window or open door!  You can of course make your own marzipan too but that might be a step too far, although actually it is quite an easy process. Continue reading “December Recipe: Tear and Share Stollen Ring”

September Recipe: Chicken with Pears, Ginger and Masala

I do hope you all enjoy this month’s recipe.  It is courtesy of one of my favourite food writers – Diane Henry – whose recipes are a little bit ‘different’, always successful, never too complicated and more to the point tasty!  I have several of her cookery books and met her personally at Books for Cooks where she hosted a lunch of her recipes, she was very Irish, very chatty and very entertaining.  She writes weekly in The Telegraph colour supplement. Continue reading “September Recipe: Chicken with Pears, Ginger and Masala”

July Recipe – Creamy Lamb Casserole with Fennel and White Beans

A savoury recipe for this month using lamb and fennel which are both in season at present.  Fennel is used a lot in Italian cookery and is delicious raw in salads, made into soup or roasted.  I visited a lovely garden near Worcester a couple of weeks ago, and the owner was growing his own fennel very successfully. Continue reading “July Recipe – Creamy Lamb Casserole with Fennel and White Beans”