Dad at the weekend

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About 'Dad at the weekend' Channel

three kids, two days, one dad. No reason to eat rubbish.

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Cannelloni and green fingers

[...] out the image in full screen – looks even tastier. Shorts happy. Shrubs happy. Filed under: Meaty Tagged: Cannelloni, Pasta, ragu [...]

Chick and Dal

[...] with the Dal). For the rice, follow my Iranian rice recipe – works every time… Filed under: Meaty Tagged: chicken, curry, dal, rice [...]

Does Mark like it crispy?

[...] out, covered it in rocket, more olive oil and a little more seasoning. Perfect. Filed under: Meaty Tagged: entrepreneur, facebook, fb, mark, pizza, prosciutto, rocket, zuckerberg [...]

Down I say, Pork Pie

[...] on how I got there… Recipe coming soon when I have the energy to write it down… Filed under: Meaty Tagged: Pie, Pork, Venison [...]

What’s bad for the goose…

[...] and season really well with salt and pepper (and five spice if you wish). Put it in a large roasting tin on top of a selection of roughly chopped carrots, onions, celery and a garlic bulb cut in half. [...]

Tarts

[...] ) Take a couple of long sweet red peppers, cut them lengthways in half or thirds and lay on a roasting tin, sprinkle with salt and olive oil and put into a hot oven for about half an hour. Keep an eye [...]

For all you meat lovers…

[...] tin put a layer of the forcemeat, then a layer of the duck (with some of the juices from the roasting tin, but not too much of the fat), then another layer of forcemeat, then a layer of the chicken [...]

Ten big ones…

[...] the kids seeing, smelling or most importantly, tasting them, all the better… Filed under: Sweet things Tagged: chocolate, cookies, M&Ms [...]

Not quite Magnolia Bakery…

[...] than 10 slices of thickly buttered toast). * 2012 is a leap year. Smartarse. Filed under: Sweet things Tagged: butter, cupcakes, oreos, valentine's day [...]

An attempt at healthy biscuits

[...] and a chocolate cookie. But without the butter. So they’re healthy. Kind of. Filed under: Sweet things Tagged: biscuits, chocolate, cookies, ginger, ginger biscuits [...]

Random tortes

[...] that didn’t sound too confusing. Serve with single cream and eat with gusto… Filed under: Sweet things Tagged: chilli, chocolate, torte [...]

A few hot prawns

[...] a bottle of Cassis blanc. Your guests will not know what to do with themselves. Filed under: Fishy Tagged: chilli, garlic, prawns, tomatoes [...]

Fish pie

[...] spinach or just a hunk of really good bread. And a bottle of Picpoul de Pinet… Filed under: Fishy Tagged: capers, fish, Fish pie, monkfish, potatoes, salmon, scallop, skate, skate cheeks, spinach [...]

Oyster time…

[...] this one today if I can find some oysters in town, so pictures will come later. Filed under: Fishy Tagged: bloody hell, bloody mary, champagne, martini, oysters [...]

Writers block and smoking

[...] a cup of Earl Grey (no milk). Alternatively, use my smoked mackerel pate recipe. Filed under: Fishy Tagged: Mackerel, smoked, smoking [...]

Flying and eating, two chickens

[...] oil and a mixture of the following: two cardamom pods, two star anise, two tablespoons each of cumin seeds, coriander seeds and sea salt, one tablespoon each of peppercorns, fennel seeds, and half a [...]

Camping, with asparagus

[...] and bring with you in a jar): three cardamom pods, two star anise, two tablespoons of cumin seeds, coriander seeds and sea salt, one tablespoon of peppercorns, fennel seeds, and half a [...]

What’s your beef?

[...] Beef Start by putting the following into a dry frying pan: two teaspoons of coriander seeds, cumin seeds, cinnamon bark and a couple of cardamom pods and warm them up, then pound them with salt (not [...]

Chick and Dal

[...] , all pounded in a pestle and mortar: a quarter of a cinnamon stick, a teaspoon of cumin seeds, coriander seeds, fennel seeds, peppercorns, a tablespoon of salt, garam masala and [...]

Rhubarb…

[...] eight minutes to prepare, you need help. Cut up your rhubarb stalks into chunks and put in a large saucepan with a few tablespoons of caster sugar (vanilla caster sugar if you have some prepared). [...]

Embrace the cabbage

[...] no more than a few minutes… As above, finely chop a spring cabbage and put it into a large saucepan of salted boiling water. Leave it for no more than 2 minutes and then drain it in a [...]

The Week, Enfield and Lasagne

[...] ragu - Take 500g of beef mince and fry in batches until it caramelises and then stick it in a large saucepan with a tin of chopped tomatoes (and a little extra water). Now gently fry a finely chopped [...]

Cannelloni and green fingers

[...] : Take 500g of beef mince and fry in batches until it caramelises and then stick it in a large saucepan with a tin of chopped tomatoes (and a little extra water). Now gently fry a finely chopped [...]

The healthiest thing you can stick in your mouth?

[...] : (Photos courtesy of Sally Kaldor. Yep, she demanded a photo credit) Filed under: Drinking, Vegetarian Tagged: canada, healthy, Kale, mung beans, smoothie [...]

Wheat-free me

[...] right direction… (and thanks for the photo Sally) Filed under: Fishy, Meaty, Other things, Vegetarian Tagged: dairy free, diet, wheat free [...]

Camping, with asparagus

[...] into thick slices. Stick them on the barbeque. Cook them. Filed under: Meaty, Sweet things, Vegetarian Tagged: asparagus, camping, chicken, pineapple [...]

Rhubarb…

[...] – give it a try (maybe without the banana and yoghurt…) Filed under: Drinking, Sweet things, Vegetarian Tagged: compote, Rhubarb [...]

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Cannelloni and green fingers

[...] out the image in full screen – looks even tastier. Shorts happy. Shrubs happy. Filed under: Meaty Tagged: Cannelloni, Pasta, ragu [...]

Chick and Dal

[...] with the Dal). For the rice, follow my Iranian rice recipe – works every time… Filed under: Meaty Tagged: chicken, curry, dal, rice [...]

Does Mark like it crispy?

[...] out, covered it in rocket, more olive oil and a little more seasoning. Perfect. Filed under: Meaty Tagged: entrepreneur, facebook, fb, mark, pizza, prosciutto, rocket, zuckerberg [...]

Down I say, Pork Pie

[...] on how I got there… Recipe coming soon when I have the energy to write it down… Filed under: Meaty Tagged: Pie, Pork, Venison [...]

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