Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Archive for February, 2010

Lassi not Lassie!

No – I haven’t been spending time with a Scottish person, but just thought you might like to take a peek at our Rhubarb Lassi recipe. 

Our pink Yorkshire wonder (better known as Rhubarb) is having its own festival this weekend in Wakefield – please spread the love for this amazing Yorkshire stem.

Read Full Post »

During a recent visit to the family up in the Settle region we decided to go for a walk and take the nieces and nephews and the dog.

We had a hearty bowl of Jerusalem artichoke soup to come back to bubbling away in the bottom of the Aga. Wonderful stuff, especially when served up with a nice crusty baguette! The allotment gave us these wonderful tubers and I have to say it is one of my personal favourites. Served with some crispy bacon bits, you cannot beat it …

read more

Read Full Post »

Purple Sprouting Broccoli

It is very seasonal now for everyone to be eating purple sprouting broccoli …

So dust off the wellies and get into the allotment folks.

Everyone loves Broccoli … although apparently George Bush does not!

Speaking of George Bush, I remember I was cleaning down late one night in the kitchens at Rudding Park’s Clocktower, when a docket came through for a Club sandwich. Most of the chefs had gone home, so I started the sandwich when news came through it was for his father, George Bush senior!

read more

Read Full Post »

What a trek but great fun – not sure exactly how many miles it was but it felt like a lot to me with the Proclaimer’s song ringing in my ears!

But what a find up by the seat itself  – not that it’s really a seat, more of a huge great rock if you ask me, but look at my feathered friends I found up there.  As these birds are not in season we must respect that and leave the recipe until later in the year.  But what a weird noise they make – almost like a warbling siren running out of battery!

read more

Read Full Post »

No, my wild friends, I have not gone barking mad – you won’t find many Tigers walking around the Yorkshire Moors!!!

But it is the “Year of the Tiger” according to the Chinese and it begins February 14 this year.

So to celebrate, why not try a delicious Tiger Prawn Tom Yum soup. Serve with some shredded Black Kale (Black Nero Cabbage) to add that special Yorkshire ingredient.

Read Full Post »

Young Deer

Why not try this Valentines dinner Wild Cook style!

read more

Read Full Post »

FANTASTIC NEWS … Yorkshire rhubarb is back in season. The forced rhubarb is amazing stuff and a trip to the rhubarb triangle in Yorkshire had the wild cook in a spin.

See our rhubarb recipe to die for!

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »