Duck leg Roast with Cherry and Red Wine Gravy

1st May 2017By 1 Comment

Forget Roast Chicken or Beef, it’s all about Duck. Duck legs are easy to get hold of and give the traditional Sunday Roast a cracking change-up. Decide between yourselves what the trimmings should be; I’m personally a Yorkshire Pud with any meat kind of gal and usually team mine with roast tatties, parsnips, asparagus / broccoli, red cabbage and pigs in…

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Hearty Beef Casserole

17th January 2016By Leave a Comment

This casserole is my favourite Winter Warmer and my go-to for lazy Sundays. Take the effort to cook everything up in 20 minutes and then pop it in the oven and forget about it. Go for a dog walk, go to the pub, get the washing done – whatever .. all in  the knowledge that you’ve got a cracking hearty…

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PUMPKIN PEARL BARLEY RISOTTO WITH A SAGE BROWN BUTTER

14th December 2015By Leave a Comment

Find yourself with leftover pumpkin or butternut squash then this recipe is a corker. This is just like a warming bowl of risotto but without the need for constant stirring; just pop it all into a pan, lid on and walk away. Perfect for a cold, autumnal evening, this is comfort food at its best and healthier too; packed with fibre…

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CREAMY LEMON, GARLIC AND THYME BAKED CHICKEN

13th October 2015By Leave a Comment

As winter draws in what better dish to make on the cold evenings than an easy, one-pot, garlic lemon and thyme baked chicken. What’s fab about this dish is it creates it’s own gravy from the juices of the chicken and the wine into a creamy, lemon and garlic sauce that’s utterly delicious and incredibly moorish – I defy you…

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A proper MILLY Sunday Roast

31st July 2015By Leave a Comment

If you want a delicious, fuss-free Sunday lunch then you really must give this a go. I understand that to a lot of people, a Sunday roast wouldn’t be complete without roast potatoes – SACRILEGE! But trust me, once you cook this up you’ll be thinking twice about them. The fantastic thing about this roast, is that with a little…

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