I got married to the widow next door
She’s been married seven times before
And every one was an Henry
She wouldn’t have a Willy or a Sam
I’m her VIII old man, I’m Henry
Henry, the VIII, I am
It ain’t nothing but I a family thang…
Continue reading I’m Henery the eighth I am, Henery the eighth I am I am… →
Simple Grilled Vegetables with Queenie Scallops and Focaccia…
When it’s the end of winter, and you think spring is here but it remains cold and grey….and when you experience that overwhelming desire for plenty of vegetables and a riot of colour to off-set the clouds… This dish took it’s initial inspiration from a Caesar Salad. I was highly excited this week with talk of the solar eclipse – all this coupled with the solar storm images from NASA that were sure to lead to sightings of the Aurora Borealis. Continue reading Griddle me this…. →
The Bluebird Restaurant – Kings Road, Chelsea, London.
Anyone who knows me understands that I am a Chelsea girl, by which I mean I am a lifelong follower of Chelsea Football Club, along with generations of my family. It’s not a choice, I didn’t wake up one day and say I think I’ll like Chelsea…it’s something that was predetermined and “what is done, is done and cannot be undone”. Continue reading Chelsea Chelsea! Chelsea Chelsea! →
Pan Roast Pollack with Crab Crushed potatoes, Lemon and Lime Chive Butter sauce.
This will be one of my favourite posts, purely on the grounds that it ticks a lot of my boxes: sustainable British fish that is bang in season, a subtle flavour of crab running through the potatoes and the delicious zing of the butter sauce. More than that though, it’s not extravagantly expensive due to a cunning cheat and it’s ridiculously quick to make. There is, unquestionably, a lot of butter in the sauce but the clue is in the name! Continue reading Never mind the Pollacks →