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Egg & Vegetable Curry Egg & Vegetable Curry By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 09/26/12 11:56 It has been a long time since I made a curry. Well, a curry from scratch that is - you know, without the "benefit" of a shop bought curry paste or suchlike. One where you devise the spicing yourself and pray it comes out okay. Now I have made a couple of...
Pot roasted English Rubbed Silverside of Beef Pot roasted English Rubbed Silverside of Beef By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 09/25/12 00:07 Monday morning dawns and every week, I remember that today I have to put together a menu plan for the rest of the week. The first thing to consider is how much money we've got available to us. Do we need to be a little circumspect, or is the full budgeted...
Slow cooker braised British Rose Veal - such a treat Slow cooker braised British Rose Veal - such a treat By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 09/23/12 15:41 Do you remember, all those months ago when Farmers Choice Ltd kindly sent me some British Rose Veal to play with? British Rose Veal is a guilt-free, ethically raised alternative to continental veal. With continental veal, the poor calves are raised in veal...
Chipotle meatballs in rich tomato sauce - definitely  spicy meatballs , mama Chipotle meatballs in rich tomato sauce - definitely "spicy meatballs", mama By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 09/21/12 14:29 Of all the products that Sainsbury's kindly sent me to try, the Chipotle Paste from the Speciality Ingredients range has been the one to cause the most deliberation. I pondered for what felt like ages upon what to do with it, as I felt I should be thinking...
Recipe development in action : Smoked Haddock Chowder Recipe development in action : Smoked Haddock Chowder By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 09/20/12 13:53 It had been some months since I last cooked my Smoked Haddock Chowder. Now I wouldn't go so far as to say that I'd forgotten how to do it, but I definitely needed to have a look at the recipe on Rhubarb & Ginger here. A quick squizz down the recipe reminded...
3 Cheese & Leek Tart -  it's all down to taste 3 Cheese & Leek Tart - it's all down to taste By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 09/20/12 12:45 It’s a funny thing, taste. No, not “taste”, as in flavour – but “taste” as in “preference”. What got me thinking along these lines was the Three Cheese Tart that I made for dinner last night. It was fairly unassuming, involving Ricotta, Maasdam and Cheddar...
Meal planning for eventualities of the sniffling kind Meal planning for eventualities of the sniffling kind By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 09/19/12 12:43 It seemed highly likely that as son & heir currently has a bit of an upper respiratory infection (I hesitate to label it a cold and cough - but that's basically what's going on), the rest of us are liable to go down with it. Hubby is already showing signs...
Harissa Lamb in flatbreads with tzatziki Harissa Lamb in flatbreads with tzatziki By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 09/18/12 11:43 I shall apologise (I'm very sorry!) first off, for posting another mince recipe so soon. Hopefully you'll forgive me when you realise just how good this combination is - and at least it's lamb mince this time. I do try to ring the changes with the recipes...
Rich Beef Cottage Pie - food of the gods Rich Beef Cottage Pie - food of the gods By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 09/14/12 11:05 Now I'm sure that if you've been following my blog for longer than the last ten minutes, you will know that my very favourite thing is a Cottage Pie or a Shepherd's Pie. Doesn't matter which - both are as good as one another. When I was in my early twenties,...
Back in the comfort zone - this week's menu plan Back in the comfort zone - this week's menu plan By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 09/11/12 12:46 For all that I'm always very glad to get into salad weather, I will admit to finding it difficult to ring sufficient changes where salad is concerned. We do tend to get pretty darned bored with it. I've tried warm salads, fruity salads, green salads, mayonnaise...
Fish Pie - as close to  economical  as i could get Fish Pie - as close to "economical" as i could get By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 09/10/12 13:29 I love fish pie. Well, it's got mashed potato on it so I'm bound to love it, right? However, it also involves fish - which up until I got pregnant with son & heir, was very much a no-no for me. However, even back in the day when I was a little nipper a...
Purely for medicinal reasons Purely for medicinal reasons By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 09/10/12 11:48 The “purely for medicinal reasons” excuse is often wheeled out in our house. However, not in regard to the tot of whisky or a glass of wine – but with regard to food. I’ve spoken in the past, about how Shepherd’s Pie and Cottage Pie are magical things that...
Creamy chicken & courgettes - my  Masterchef  box challenge Creamy chicken & courgettes - my "Masterchef" box challenge By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 09/07/12 13:52 This meal wasn't intended to be what it turned out to be, at all. However, sometimes us cooks are just blessed with happy accidents like that. I can hear you all laughing hollowly and saying "maybe for some people!" and yes, it's true that more often than...
It's never too late for a menu plan It's never too late for a menu plan By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 09/07/12 12:31 Over the last few weeks, I have slipped out of the practice of declaring what our menu plan is - and this has been annoying me. I feel that, if I were a regular reader of my blog, I'd enjoy the menu plan posts as it would give me a hint of what was to come...
Slow cooker pork shoulder with parsnips and celery in cider Slow cooker pork shoulder with parsnips and celery in cider By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 09/06/12 12:50 This recipe marks something of a turning point in the seasons. The weather, although we are still getting the occasional warm to hot day, is turning more towards the autumnal. For the next week or so, we'll be in that betwixt and between twilight world...
Bacon & Blue Cheese Filo Tart - quick, before the sun disappears Bacon & Blue Cheese Filo Tart - quick, before the sun disappears By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 09/03/12 11:28 In actual fact, this tart isn't reliant upon sunny days. We've eaten it with potato wedges instead of salad in the middle of winter - and it was just as good. However, in this instance, I served it with a Melon & Cucumber salad - the sweetness of the Canteloupe...
Exclusive chocolates from Cocoa Boutique - a review Exclusive chocolates from Cocoa Boutique - a review By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 09/02/12 12:10 Now in case anyone sees this review and thinks "OMG! She ate the entire box?". No, I didn't. Well, not in one sitting anyway. *wink* No, I truly didn't. I had help from the chocolate connoisseur that is son & heir. Regrettably, hubby was unable to take...
Barbecue Pork Loin Steaks with Apple, Walnut & Cress Wedge Salad and Cornbread Barbecue Pork Loin Steaks with Apple, Walnut & Cress Wedge Salad and Cornbread By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 09/01/12 15:10 What a feast this was! We put this meal together some time ago now, before the weather had turned from being monsoon-like into barbecue weather (albeit briefly) and so the pork steaks were cooked in the oven. The two that are photographed here are the two...
Cumberland Sausages & juicy Burgers from Westin Gourmet - reviewed Cumberland Sausages & juicy Burgers from Westin Gourmet - reviewed By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 08/30/12 15:39 A short while ago, Westin Gourmet - you may recall - sent us a pack of meat products to try. Amongst the goodies were some of their Cumberland sausages and some very juicy looking 100% beef burgers. The first of these that we put to the test were the Cumberland...
Knorr send us two Poussin to tangle with ... and get in a tangle we did Knorr send us two Poussin to tangle with ... and get in a tangle we did By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 08/30/12 12:02 I've never cooked a Poussin before, much less two. Still, how difficult could it be? After all, a Poussin is only a baby chicken - surely you just reduce everything and add some "awww!". No? Oh. Well, Knorr very kindly sent us the aforesaid two little Poussin,...

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