“I swear by the kitchen gods . . .
. . . that the recipes on this website shall be suitable to be made on a Tuesday evening after working late.
From this day forth, all recipes on The Boy Can Cook will: Continue reading
“super huge uber pumpkins only 50p in tescos at the moment – soup would be about 20p a day for a week non?”
So said a message from my my girlf this afternoon . . . and she’s right, you could easily use my recipe for soup with pumpkins, and at that price it would be even cheaper than normal.
And here’s my friend Jane’s appetizing version:
Have a go yourself, let me know how you get on, and please share your own recipes. Take photos of your masterpiece and either send me a link or post them on Twitter and Tweet @scottcolfer. Happy cooking!
My friend recommended Maltby Street as a much smaller, much less busy alternative to Borough Market. Maltby Street isn’t a market, it’s a loose collection of shops all within a few streets of one another, mainly selling very expensive, but incredibly nice fruit, veg, cheese, meat, and drinks . . . Continue reading
The recipe was a secret until it was finished, all I had in advance were the ingredients and some suggestions re: equipment. The cooking was led by Chef Tim Maddams of River Cottage’s Landshare and hosted by Central Station as part of ‘Harvest’ (a celebration of food and growing taking place on 28th August in Glasgow, and delivered by NVA). I set up my Macbook in the kitchen, fired up Twitter, prepared my ingredients, and waited for it to kick off . . . Continue reading
We decided to treat ourselves to some cakes from the Primrose Hill Bakery – obviously, we went for ma-hoosive cupcakes.
Spinach, Bacon & Pine Nut Pasta.
I wanted to make something ‘Summery’, tasty, filling, and quick for us both following a hard Saturday of cash-splurging. The lemon in this dish gives it a flavour of the Summer and is an interesting twist. Continue reading
Disclosure: I was asked to review Goldfish City for this blog. The staff knew I was a reviewer and I did not have to pay for my meal. Continue reading