This cheesy quiche, with ham and onions, is made with Stilton, Brie, and Wensleydale, but you can mix and match it up with any cheeses you like! It’s the perfect way to use up any leftover cheese from the Christmas cheeseboard.
Scene 1. Venice. A street. We meet Iago and Roderigo, and neither of them are happy with General Othello- aka, the Moor, and our titular tragic hero. Othello, you see, has gone off and marriedContinue reading
Enter stage left, our favourite Dane. Prince Hamlet (dressed in black). Hamlet is a play in which – 400-year-old spoiler alert – everyone dies. Welcome to Elsinore, the Danish castle in which our story takesContinue reading
Last month, English Provender Co. ran a Jar Amnesty, along with Foodies100. The campaign was to raise awareness of those long-forgotten, half-eaten jars of chutneys and sauces, relegated to the very depths of the fridgeContinue reading
You might have noticed that this blog is considerably lacking in savoury recipes. That’s not to say I don’t cook savoury dishes, but I just prefer sweet. I very rarely have any idea or recipeContinue reading
The butchery section is lined with endless cuts of meat from beef, lamb, pork, and chicken. Some are more familiar to us, like sirloin steak, lamb shank, ham hock, and chicken breast, and it’sContinue reading
Christmas is officially over for eleven months. Now, the presents have all be unwrapped and put away, the decorations taken down, and the turkey pie safely stored in the freezer. The only thing that seemsContinue reading