Who doesn't love fish and chips? That classic British seaside dish, everyone has their favourite sauce or side to go with it; curry sauce, mushy peas, simple salt and vinegar or a good spoonful of tartare sauce. I'm a mushy peas and tartare sauce person I have to admit. When I started thinking about this recipe I wanted to make sure I kept the elements I love about those two sides but add in some influences from somewhere else. For my Moroccan Style
I'm often a bit slow on the uptake. Pulled food, more specifically pulled pork, has been doing the rounds for some time now and it's not something that I had attempted. Yet. I wanted to make an Asian coleslaw that used some spring carrots (I demoed this at Eat Reading Live) but wasn't too sure what to serve it with. It seemed an ideal time to attempt some sort of pulled pork. If, like me, you can't be bothered with pulling anything I think this would
There's nothing quite like a good burger. I don't like them to be so thick that you end up dribbling half of it down your face when you're eating it but also they can't be so skinny that you feel like you need three of them to fill you up. There's something so satisfying about making your own burgers; getting all squelchy mixing it all together is something I very much enjoy. A coleslaw filled burger is one of my favourites; creamy, crunchy and punchy it
I don't wish to be cruel but a celeriac is never going to win the most attractive vegetable of the year award. To make up for its less than enticing characteristics you would have thought Mother Nature would make it easy to get inside, peel it like an orange for example, but the skin of a celeriac is as tough as old boots. That's not to say it's not worth the effort, the hand cramp and the awkwardness; it's a great root to take some frustration
Removing all the meat from a cooked chicken has to be one of the most rewarding things to do; ending up with a plate full of bones and a bowl full of meat opens up a world of possibilities. As I mentioned in the previous post the bones were used to make stock; half of this was used in a bright broccoli, celery and stilton soup. I think the other half will end up in a risotto in the near future.
First and most importantly it was essential to make