Quick and easy to make. The corn is so delicious and would make a great side to any dish. I served it with roasted broccoli and green beans. Ingredients 2 thick cod fillets (about 120g each) 1 tbsp olive oil 2 tsp jerk seasoning 326g can sweetcorn, drained 2 tbsp single cream 20g parmesan , finely grated ½-1 … More Jerk cod with creamed sweet corn
The northern part of the canal (Tewitfield to Kendal) was drained of water and closed in 1944. There was a severe leakage and it was filled in, also parts were blocked when the M6 were built. The Lancaster Canal Trust has been working to reopen it since their formation in 1963. During the summer months … More Canal boating
Sat in the doctors surgery and flicking through a magazine and was inspired by a simple pudding. It helped that I had some leftover puff pastry from a pie I was making.
Living with anxiety is tough at times. There is never a specific trigger when I am feeling anxious or having a panic attack, just a bunch of little triggers that all add up. To what? To an anxiety attack. A big, huge, heart pounding, sweat inducing panic attack. Starting our own business has been amazing … More Happiness in a bottle
I love marzipan and the freshness of the lemon. Perfect with a cuppa.
I do love cooking veggie food and there is so much packed into this dish that you hardly miss the meat. Super quick to make too. It provides 4 of your 5 a day in one plate.
This is one of the nicest salmon dishes I have done. Super easy and packed full of flavour.
A perfect midweek supper.
It’s a year ago since we took ownership of our Black Labrador puppy Lucy. After the initial wobbles about how a dog would fit into our lives, these were quickly dispelled as she settled in and we wondered how we had survived without a Lucy.
An eye roll at yet another social media challenge, it’s that or another “national” day of some description. But it did get me thinking about how s decade could fly by in a blink of an eye.