Month: January 2014

Sausage rolls

So it’s Friday… Mrs Fitz liked Friday Its a significant day in many religions as well as signifying the end of the week… Friday always feels good! and think if the advertising campaigns that are bully around Friday’s “thank Crunchie… Read More ›

Rabbie Burns

This is Jack’s Burns Night meal. It is a Scottish tradition to celebrate Rabbie Burn’s birthday on 25th January with Haggis, Neeps and Champit Tatties. Of course it is also traditional to toast with a wee dram of a single… Read More ›

Haggis Pakora

Originally posted on Grub Blog:
A delicious (and different) way to celebrate burns this weekend! Haggis pakora are real comfort food – spicy haggis coated in a thick batter spiked with nutmeg. Ensure you use good quality haggis and you can’t…

poussin supper

Picked up a couple of poussin a while back that were on a special.. Have they have been tucked away in the big ice box safely.. Decided on them for the Sunday supper.. So defrosted rubbed with mrs Middletons pimped… Read More ›

Pie and mash

‎Something feels very English about pie and mash.. not just the cockney wistful dream about pie mash and liquor.. yet a good honest pie.. I test anyone to not like good pie.. like a decent stew.. yet thicker and encased… Read More ›

Let’s go crazy!!

‎My attorney just contacted me to remind me it was actually ‘Let’s go Crazy’ by prince.. and that is far stranger to fall a stupor to indeed!! Hahha x Now why can’t I remember those words…??

Use up Lamb stew

What to do with the leftover lamb stew..? Went for pastry.. shortcrust.. drained the stew.. chopped it a little.. added peas.. Into the pastry.. brushed with egg wash.. Baked for 20 minutes at 200.. very good indeed.. Another cracking use… Read More ›

Roast beef.. twice!

‎Mrs Fitz favourite supper.. Roast beefs.. with ro‎ast potatoes.. and veg and gravy.. and homemade horseradish sauce.. no yorkshire for the Sunday version.. Yet what great leftovers‎!! Witha store bought square yorkshire.. new veg.. some spuds.. beef and gravy.. With… Read More ›

Use up stew..

‎So that was christmas… or the holidays.. whatever suits you best..x And you are always left with various things in the fridge so stew time it is..! Looking through the fridge.. there is celery, collard greens, potatoes, onions, parsnips, swede,… Read More ›