Pickled eggs are a British institution. You’ll find them behind the bar of every decent pub, but how many people do you know who actually buy them? I imagine those catering-size jars must sit around for decades, their rusty lids prised off once in a blue moon as the landlord’s gnarled yellow fingers fish out […]
Although risotto does require constant attention while it’s bubbling away on the stove, the inconvenience is short lived. The stirring and pouring is finished in a quarter of an hour, leaving only the finishing touches to apply – in this case roasted squash and garlic, which you can prepare while the rice is cooking.
If you’ve got a crop of tomatoes that have stubbornly resisted ripening in the miserable British weather, here’s a good way to use them up. Actually this Spanish omelette type thing is fine with any type of tomato, ripe or otherwise, and while I can’t vouch for its authenticity, I can promise that it’s a […]