OK, It’s actually Roman Onion Bread but that’s just not as catchy! This is one of my favourite flavoured breads to make and it’s so simple. This bread is great for a lunch or supper or when your entertaining as a tear and share bread. We quite often have it as an accompaniment to antipasti…… Continue reading ‘Ome ‘n’ Onion Bread…
It’s that time of year again! It seems like the Kids have only just gone back to school and then the next thing you know Halloween is here! We normally let the kids stay up a bit later on Halloween. They don’t go out trick or treating but they love it when other children come…… Continue reading Things That Go ‘Pump’ In The Night!
‘Ome Made Kebab I have been fond of kebabs since my beer swilling teenage years… You could not beat that garlicky, salty meat stuffed into a pita with slice cabbage, grated carrot, raw onion, sliced tomato and cucumber then drizzled with lemon juice, yoghurt & mint and hot chilli sauce after a night out on…… Continue reading ‘Ome Made Kebab
Mike, our butcher, had got a couple of Ox Cheeks in. I’ve never had them before but I thought I’d give them a go. I’d read about them and understood that they needed a nice slow cook. Apparently they make an absolutely wicked chilli, or should that be cheeky chilli! I think the bit of…… Continue reading Cheeky Cow!
So, for 1 week only, Dj requested to have school dinners. He was mainly tempted by the change from the ‘normal’ menu to ‘International Food Week’. A week of dishes from 5 different places in the world. We asked him if he’d like to write a blog on his experience & he jumped at…… Continue reading Dj’s SҠool DiИɳɘr Experience
Here’s a traditional English dish given an ‘Ome Made twist, to be fair it was Kits’ idea. I was just going to do the plain English dish of lamb shoulder baked on top of layers of potato and onion, which in it’s own right is delicious. Add some spice, herbs and a curry sauce though and it…… Continue reading Curried Bakers Oven Lamb