This dish goes well with sautéed spinach and potatoes.
What could be better? Cheesy pork chops and French fri…er…skinny fries? These fries are cooked in the oven rather than deep fried.
This is a very pretty tart that can be served as a brunch or lunch item.
The juices can be made into a gravy. Additional sloe gin can be used to make the gravy.
Mixed spice is used throughout the British Isles and is similar to what is referred to in the United States as Pumpkin Pie Spice, the predominant flavor being cinnamon. Here is a typical blend.
St David’s Day is the feast day of Saint David, the patron saint of Wales. The date falls on March 1st which represents the date of Saint David in 589 AD. The feast has been celebrated since the 12th century when he was canonized by Pope Calixtus II in 1120. The was also the peak time of Welsh resistance to the invading Normans.
This is a make-ahead lunchtime tart.
You have not lived until you have made your own preserves. Unless, of course, you don’t use jelly or jam? This recipe is very easy because it uses the water-bath method for preservation.
A conserve is very similar to preserves, except it is usually a combination of two fruits and/or dried fruits and/or nuts. This is great served with oatmeal or have a little with some spicy pork chops. This recipe is easy to can because its done in the water-bath method.
Conserves are similar to preserves, but they can be made with dried fruit and nuts and are much more forgiving in texture.