Slow-Roasted Shoulder of Lamb

The whole point of a weekend is finding time to enjoy oneself, separate and apart from the monotony of a working week. While I often find that enjoyment in hours of pottering in the kitchen, sometimes I’d much rather be anywhere else. A slow-roasted shoulder of lamb will happily look after itself while I spendContinue reading “Slow-Roasted Shoulder of Lamb”

Crispy Baked Chicken and Spicy Vegetables

Low maintenance and quick to throw together, this one-tray dinner is packed full of flavour – and vegetables! Feeds 2 Ingredients 2 boneless, skin-on chicken thighs 1 bunch of tenderstem broccoli 2 bell peppers, chopped into large chunks 1 tbsp dried oregano ½ tsp chilli flakes (or as much as you like) 1 tsp fennelContinue reading “Crispy Baked Chicken and Spicy Vegetables”

Sausage and Apple Traybake with Honey Mustard Vinaigrette

A cosy, stress-free autumnal meal. Great for a weeknight, but would make a lovely Sunday lunch, as well. Feeds 4 Ingredients 4 – 8 sausages (depending on size) 4 carrots, peeled and sliced on the diagonal 4 apples, peeled and cut into cubes 8 handfuls of brussel sprouts, larger ones halved, smaller ones left wholeContinue reading “Sausage and Apple Traybake with Honey Mustard Vinaigrette”

Caesar Braised Beef

Flavours of the Great Canadian Caesar slow-cooked with a brisket of beef. Rich and spicy, and nothing like any beef stew you’ve had before. The Canadian Caesar is the best drink in the world. Kind of like a Bloody Mary, only instead of tomato juice it’s Clamato juice: a briny, salty tomato and clam juice.Continue reading “Caesar Braised Beef”