Slow Cooked Beef Stroganoff with Pilaff Rice
Now that we are into March the weather here is quite changeable, not that
Many thanks to all the wonderful bloggers who entered January's Dish of the Month. This is the first blog challenge I
1. Preheat the oven to 150C/130C fan/gas 3.
2. Heat 2 tablespoons of olive oil in a large ovenproof casserole and light
Bacon and Potato Gratin with Buttered CabbageFirst off I didn’t mean to go awol, but we have been having problems with t
The beautiful aromas that filled the house while this was cooking, was mouthwatering, it drew everyone to the kitchen wi
Yet another tasty and easy recipe from Bake although I did make some amendments throughout - as always. When I was off o
My boyfriend's mum owns a farm and breeds cows, sheep and pigs. The animals live a very happy life, roaming outdoors all
When the cousins come to stay we feast fatly. And when cousins of the cousins come to supper as well then there’s goi
This is the time of year when I love to get out the slow cooker. There is something magical about coming home and the ho
I use my slow cooker a lot in the winter, its an easy way to have a scrummy no messing evening meal waiting for you when
It might not be the weather for this just yet but winter must be around the corner, right?
This is a savoury suet puddi
I know what you're thinking, third post in three days, I'm spoiling you guys right?! Well actually, I'm aiming to post e
This is an old fashioned Irish recipe that I got from an 1980's cookbook that was only sold abroad, titled Traditional I
Mushroom Stroganoff & Parsley Rice
An old favourite from Nigella Lawson’s Feast. This is a fabulous stroganoff. Earthy,
My sister in law bought be a lovely tin of amazing smoked paprika - and I love using it in my cooking! This stroganoff i
This is loosely based on this recipe from the good food website but I've made a few changes to make it my own.
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