Tomorrow, Monday 12 April, begins the next stage of getting our lives back in some semblance of normality. We can move about and stay in rentals, those lucky enough to own a second home, can visit it. We can eat outside at restaurants but the big excitement for me, is a planned visit to Mousehole,…
Category: My Week In Food
My Week in Food is a diary of my food shopping, cooking and eating out. I mention favourite websites, food shops, restaurants and food and drink related people and sometimes give related recipes. Most often, though, the recipe comes in a note form rather than a formulated recipe although there is always enough detail to get you cooking. Actual recipes are in the Recipes section of the website.
My Week in Food started Sunday 23 June 2019 and despite the occasional omission, usually caused by my useless grasp of WordPress, I’ve kept it up every week, although I have been late posting. Some weeks are more interesting than others but there is always something worth reading about and it’s a backlog worth dipping in and out of, often with mini-essays on various aspects of food.
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14 March 21
We’ve been eating well this week, a lemony mince pork pie, lovely leftovers soup, bistro steak frites and Cornish seafood in www.rickstein.com Fresh Fish Box Large. Read all about it here. S Early morning knock at the door and there is No 1 son and his No 1 son bearing Mothering Sunday gifts: a bouquet…
7 March 21
A River Café home delivery is always a treat but the Vegetarian Box kept on giving, making several meals rather than one blow-out. Meal of the week, though, was a take on their crab linguine. S Dipping into the Vegetarian Box from the River Café produced a bulging bag labelled agretti (Monk’s Beard to…
28 Feb 21
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14 Feb 21
7 Feb 21
A week of freezing temperatures, ice and snow, so hearty soups, stews and simple suppers are the order of the day. Don’t forget Moules Mariniere, one of the simplest, fastest, best value treats I know. S Ocado comes knocking again and we’ve seriously over ordered on carrots. I don’t mind because it’s surprising how often…