Earlier in the week I gave you my roasted pepper chilli recipe, but I didn’t stop there, oh no. This week has been inspiring but also busy and it’s helped to have the slow cooker in permanent residence on the … Continue reading →
A slightly-faffy slow-cooker recipe, though faff that can be faffed in your own time rather than when hungry. Say, when listening to pop master.
Another of the favoured slow-cooker recipes is the infamous sausage and bean casserole (similar to a Cassoulet, only breezier). It’s ace, easy, but Oh My God, it does lead one to deflate quite spectacularly. So, the ingredients. (And yes, on … Continue reading →
Posted on Stroppycow’s behalf by Karen.
Posted by Karen on behalf of Swisslet. A few years ago, I was inspired to start mixing cocktails by an appalling mojito served in a restaurant. Mint, rum, soda water and ice does not a mojito make. “There’s plenty of … Continue reading →
I’ve made this in the slow cooker and on the stove, and both results were fine. It follows that the better the quality of beef, the nicer the texture of chilli. Beyond that, it’s all pretty straightforward.
This recipe was a bit of an experiment. I had some stewing lamb in the fridge that needed eating but didn’t fancy regular lamb stew so wondered what shepherd’s pie made with stewing lamb rather than mince would taste like. … Continue reading →
“Does anyone have any slow cooker recipes?” asked Pixeldiva. Apparently this is the magic question that makes everyone on twitter express love. It’s well known that eating, and particularly sharing food, releases the happy hormone oxytocin. So we decided to … Continue reading →