Hello! I'll start with a few words: hook, crumpet, bling, adrenaline, chinchilla. Onward: I make this soup fairly regularly now, as it's so sick and quimple to do and fills you up no end, due to the mountain of veg you can add. It's also a bit of a different flavour profile to my … Continue reading Coconut and corriander Thai style noodles: 38p per serve
Everyone loves bread. Bread has been around since we invented butter, and long before that too. Now, bread is not particularly pricey as an item. I understand this. It's easier to go buy some pre-sliced softish thing from Lidl and be done with it. But the most wholesome (and wholemeal) way to waste your time … Continue reading BREAD GLORIOUS BREAD much cheaper than buying…
I'm carefully assembling the components of my lasagna: a couple of pans clutter the small kitchen table. Jenny is watching me, head tilted slightly to the side. She's quiet. She's about to say something profound. "Fliss." I look up from my nutmeg-fest, anticipating wisdom. But all she says is: "I've never seen so much cheese in … Continue reading ONE CHEESY BOI: Lentil Lasagne at 25p per serve
Hello chaps, been pretty busy the last couple of days, so this is gonna be as quick as possible too. I considered removing all of the vowels bt smhw tht md thngs rlly hrd t rd. Basically, here's what I ate for the meals last week where I didn't want soup, fish fingers or dahl … Continue reading What I ate for dinner last week and more suggestions for when man got no time
I have 2 essays to do in the next couple of weeks, so in order to be productive, I made some soup. Pumpkins were going for 29p at Lidl the other day, so I spent a while wracking my brain cell to think of a good flavour combo; I'd already done a butternut squash and … Continue reading Smokey pumpkin and red onion soup: a procrastination recipe. The first of many.
Ok, I'm back and this one's totally vegan (by accident, I promise) as an antidote to the meatfest going on the other day. Yellow split pea dhal is genuinely one of my absolute favourite things to cook and eat because it's basically the best thing you could put in your belly other than mozzarella-sourdoug- g'bread … Continue reading Dhalings: keep naan and curry on: 24p per serve!