A Review of the Walled Gardens Supper Club (or turning up at a stranger’s house and eating all their food…)

When your dad drops you an email asking you whether you and your husband would like to go to a ten-course vegetarian supper club at The Walled Gardens, there is really only one answer.  And that answer is: yes. Absolutely, yes please, we'll book the tickets, you send us the money, yes please, thank you, … Continue reading A Review of the Walled Gardens Supper Club (or turning up at a stranger’s house and eating all their food…)

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Apocalypse-Averting Veggie Bolognese

We all know it.  We've known it for years of course, but it was difficult to ignore the news last week about the impact that meat-eating is having on the environment.  The advice is that we should reduce the amount of red meat that we eat to once a week, lest we find ourselves hurtling … Continue reading Apocalypse-Averting Veggie Bolognese

Cape to Cuba Opening Weekend: A review

We are lucky enough to live in a little part of the world that seems to have new and exciting eateries and drinkeries springing up all over the show.  The newest addition to the Prestwich scene is African-Cuban fusion cocktail bar Cape to Cuba.  Convinced this was going to become a stalwart of Bury New … Continue reading Cape to Cuba Opening Weekend: A review

‘Meh’ Days: A Cure. (Or, super speedy ramen)

If you've found this page through Instagram or you know me in Real Life then you might be aware I've been doing rather a lot of running.  A few weeks ago I ran the Great North Run and smashed my target time... And then... well... Life happened.  I was knackered.  And then I got a … Continue reading ‘Meh’ Days: A Cure. (Or, super speedy ramen)

A proper traditional dinner? On a school night? Beef and ale slow cooker extravaganza 

So, I may have mentioned that my husband is slowly turning himself into a beefcake. And in order to do this the man needs meat, apparently.  Unfortunately we both work full time and between work, the gym, volunteering, Church and a newfound passion for Lindyhopping the amount of time available for cooking beefcake appropriate foodage … Continue reading A proper traditional dinner? On a school night? Beef and ale slow cooker extravaganza 

Ch-ch-ch-ch-chicken (and quinoa) soup

So Hubs has been on a bit of a fitness drive since January, (and I am super proud of him for it!) which has required something of a rethink of how and what we eat. Suddenly we're thinking about macros and measuring protein. So anyway, we realised that lunches needed a bit of a revamp. … Continue reading Ch-ch-ch-ch-chicken (and quinoa) soup

Fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa: Sweet Potato and Cashew Nut Falafels

I love food.  I love music.  I also love food that reminds me of music.  And I really love food that reminds me of very silly lines in music.  Which means that I really love falafel because it make me want to sing Talking Head's Pscychokiller, the delights of which can be observed here.  If … Continue reading Fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa: Sweet Potato and Cashew Nut Falafels