Monthly Archives: August 2011

Throw your own tapas party!

by Kate Harris Throw your own tapas party!   First off, I should probably level with you that the total cost of all these ingredients is not cheap. You may wish to make it cheaper by serving more of the … Continue reading

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The world’s best coleslaw

By Siân Berry This recipe isn’t mine but is my best imitation of the amazing coleslaw you used to be able to get at the Onion sandwich shop on Sicilian Avenue in London. They don’t even make it like this … Continue reading

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Use up the courgette glut – recipe one

By Kay Gee Ingredients kilo of boneless stewing meat – I use pork – leave out if veggie. oil for browning 2 onions garlic (couple of cloves) 225ml white wine 6 big fresh toms if you’ve grown them or can … Continue reading

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Solidarity soup

At work, we have a tradition: if any of our colleagues have a baby then the rest of us cook them dinner for the first couple of weeks. Today, it’s my turn. We also have loads of veg left in … Continue reading

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