Yep. Chocolate. Banoffee. Pie. Look at it. Don’t you just want to stick your face in it? Well, you shouldn’t. You’d have cream all over your face! It would be much more sensible to eat it with a spoon. (more…)
This is what happens when Tricia and I have a picnic. Breakfast pie, banana and Mars bar loaf, chocolate banoffee pies, strawberry cheesecake cupcakes and ham and cheese sausage rolls. For two people. Yep. Three when Chris decided to help out. We also sort of just call it a picnic as an excuse to eat a lot of food. We didn’t even go anywhere. We just ate it in my kitchen. It was good.
Tricia made the pie and cupcakes, I made the banoffee pies, banana loaf and sausage rolls. Recipes to follow!
Believe it or not, whereas now I will stuff my face with pretty much any amazing food, up until I was about 16 I was an absolute nightmare to feed. My tastes were incredibly unsophisticated, the list of foods I didn’t like could fill a book and I rejected nearly all of the lovely food my mum cooked in favour of tomato sauce sandwiches, chicken burgers and shop-bought chocolate swiss roll. There are some foods, though, which you can’t dislike, no matter how difficult you are. This is one of them. (more…)
I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking you won’t like this because mustard is gross. Really, really gross. Seriously, who likes mustard? Definitely not me. I like this pasta though. A lot. And I’m sure you will like this pasta enough to point out something on the tv to whoever you’re eating with and then steal bits off their plate (do you ever eat something too quickly and then you’re jealous that other people still have food left? Sucks.). (more…)
Oh, Nigella, is there anything you can’t do? Probably. Probably many things, in fact. Like flying, and opening one of those yoghurts with the foil lids without forgetting to point it away from you so you don’t get yoghurt all over yourself. But anyway, I don’t care, because you introduced me to these ridiculously yummy naan bread pizzas. (more…)