“It has to be Heinz” – no, that sh*t’s got so much sugar and preservatives in it, make your baked beans at home. I do not understand this British loyalty to Heinz baked beans. Taste wise it’s pretty one dimensional, it is sweet and bland and it should not define how baked beans – an iconic British staple – taste.
Doesn’t this look so much more appetizing than that pale orange slimy dollop of beans that’s placed in the midst of a traditional fry-up?
Continue reading “Better Baked Beans”
My affinity for halloumi came late. As with lots of people, my first few experiences with it was beyond unpalatable – they were cold, dense, rubbery superflous additions to salads. I mean I still don’t like it cold, I don’t get why people eat the stuff cold. Anyway, then I discovered grilled halloumi.
When halloumi is heated, instead of it melting and becoming stringy like other cheeses, it becomes soft and silky, and if you do it well with a thin crispy curst. I’m salivating right now. Continue reading “Halloumi with Courgette & Beans”
Hi, how are you? You’re reading the first ever post on fork this. You may or may not know, but I had another blog, Happy Belly, and after 5 years of that I’ve decided to do a more… “grown-up” blog..? “Proper”, “mature”, “sophisticated” – I don’t really know what adjective I’m looking for. Making it”grown-up”, however, has been a process of immense stress and frustration. I should have done more research before I just dived in with my credit card. With the first blog it all seemed to just fall into place, like I don’t recall spending days on finding the right font.
Anyway, here I am with a fresh start! Continue reading “Preserved Lemon & Sumac Risotto”