Easter Thai Time! So for Easter Sunday this year we decided to have Thai. We were having friends and Family around for Dinner so we decided to keep it simple. So of course it had to be Thai Fishcakes and the ubiquitous Thai Green Chicken Curry. These were complimented by some nice crunchy pickled…… Continue reading Easter Thai Time!
Happy Happy Holidays! We love school holidays in our house. It’s even better when the weather is good, because after a wet winter with 4 bundles of energy bombing around in the house & climbing the walls, we were getting a wee bit fractious temperament wise. For the first winter in a long time we…… Continue reading Happy Happy Holidays!
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
Who doesn’t like bacon? I’ve even heard of vegetarians succumb to the smell of bacon frying on a Saturday morning from the local greasy spoon. One day I was thinking ‘well how hard can it be to make my own bacon’. So I got a piece of belly pork from the butchers, took the bones…… Continue reading ‘Ome Cured Bacon
Soup… We absolutely love it in our house. Not the tinned variety of course. It has to be ‘Ome-made! And it’s so easy to make. You take your favourite ingredients sweat them off in some butter add some stock, cook for a bit and then blitz. Not leek and potato soup though, that can’t…… Continue reading Sweet Potato & Red Chili Soup