This is basically an indulgent cheese toastie with bechamel sauce and it’s delicious. It’s neither a croque monsieur nor a welsh rarebit due to the lack of ham and cheese sauce (not to mention I couldn’t find welsh cheddar on island), but something between the two. Perfect lunch for a rainy Saturday afternoon or a…… Continue reading Posh Cheese Toastie – Croque Rarebit or Welsh Monsieur?
You can thank my husband for this one. I always pester him to give me new ideas of things he’d like for dinner and this is the latest. Until I started researching, I had no idea vindaloo is originally a variation of a Portugese dish (carne de vinha d’alos meaning meat marinated in wine vinegar…… Continue reading Vegetable Vindaloo
Cayman has an Indian supermarket…YESSSSSSS! It’s small, but cheaper than the big supermarkets and has so much more choice. I used love a trip to MA Brothers in Newcastle to stock up on good quality basmati, spices and all the different dahls and flours. It makes me a happy housewife that I can get some…… Continue reading Creamy Vegetable Masala
A delicious full, rounded flavour full of protein, iron and fibre. A perfect comfort food with a bowl of fluffy rice for cozy evenings in, filling for tacos or a topping for jacket potatoes. Just what the vegetarian ordered. Winging it is how I’d describe how I make chilli most of the time. I don’t…… Continue reading Five Bean Chilli
According to my husband my potato salad is “the best potato salad ever”. I haven’t been able to recreate it in Cayman because the US imported shop bought mayonnaise tastes completely different to the same brand mayonnaise in the UK. In my opinion it has a strong egg taste to it which doesn’t appeal to…… Continue reading Garlic & Shallot Potato Salad