Posted: September 3, 2011
At work today I had the most amazing flash-cooked yellow & green courgettes. Absolutely delicious! I also got quite excited about seeing a Borlotti bean pod for the first time! They are actually quite pretty… & the beans themselves are all shiny & smooth. I’ll try & take some photographs & share them with you.
I love these food-related illustrations by Claudia Pearson. If I owned my own house I think they’d look great framed & hanging up in the kitchen.
This picture on the Howies website made me giggle.. the carrot is huge!
You will need…
*courgettes (green & yellow preferably!)
*a fresh chilli
1. Thinly slice the chilli pepper, removing any seeds. Thinly slice the garlic (use as much or as little as you like with both) & slice the courgettes.
2. Heat a glug or two of olive up in the pan, get it nice & hot & then drop in all of your ingredients. Be careful not to burn yourself!
3. Cook for approximately two-three minutes & then remove from the heat & serve.
So simple & so yummy!
Happy Saturday 🙂
Posted: August 12, 2011
I work in an Italian restaurant. It’s a pretty good place to practise taking food photographs!
It’s also the place that is going to be holding me hostage until Monday morning… working tonight & then two doubles over the weekend. Looooooooooooooooooooong!
Anyhow, whilst on the boat we did not have scrummy Italian to sustain us, so we had dinner out Wednesday night & last night.
Wednesday evenings meals at the George & Dragon in Sutton Courtenay. DB had the burger & I had pork belly with black pudding. Homemade, both less than a tenner & delicious! If you’re ever in the area this pub is definitely worth a stop!
Yesterday’s standard pub fare at The King’s Arms at the Sandford Lock.
Pictures of our boating adventure will be posted up at some point over the weekend… keep your eyes peeled!
PS. Pop over here to win the August giveaway x