Blueberry Baked French Toast Recipe From Helene At Once Upon A Pine

My friend Helene from Countryside Connection and Once Upon A Pine has sent me a wonderful recipe for blueberry baked french toast as she knows that I have a glut of eggs and the recipe takes 8 eggs, just need 10 mouths to feed! Hi Sara Thought of a perfect egg recipe for you. This … Read more Blueberry Baked French Toast Recipe From Helene At Once Upon A Pine

Caramelised Beetroot

Made caramelised beetroot to accompany beef burgers, mash, carrots and sugar snap peas and it was delicious, so thought I would share the recipe. Ingredients 1 large beetroot 2 tablespoons of sugar 1 tablesppoon of balsamic vinegar Olive oil Method Peel and cut up the beetroot into about 8 pieces. Boil the water. Place beetroot … Read more Caramelised Beetroot

Asparagus And Soft Boiled Guinea Fowl Eggs Recipe

I have a glut of guinea fowl eggs which are delicious soft boiled, and in fact my favourite soft boiled egg. My friends over @ TopVeg suggested that I try serving asparagus with soft boiled guinea fowl eggs so here is the recipe. Ingredients Bunch of asparagus tips. (5/6 per person) Bread for toasting. (2 … Read more Asparagus And Soft Boiled Guinea Fowl Eggs Recipe

Perkins Biscuits Recipe From Penyrallt Home Farm

Helene from Countryside Connection has introduced me to some friendly, like minded people via her excellent rural business networking website. Jinsy is one such person who has kindly offered to share an old family recipe for perkins biscuits with us.  Jinsy and David run a farm in Wales, previously David’s fathers’, called Penyrallt Home Farm. Penyrallt … Read more Perkins Biscuits Recipe From Penyrallt Home Farm

Ready Steady Cook Date Changed

I have just received a phone call from the BBC (well Endemol Productions) to say that the date of my Ready Steady Cook appearance with my Hugo House Quail Eggs has now changed to Wednesday 25th February at 4.30pm on BBC2. I am still feeling  nervous as I haven’t seen the finished show. I do hope that … Read more Ready Steady Cook Date Changed

Are Duck Eggs Good To Eat?

Duck eggs are great for creating many egg dishes especially as they are larger eggs and have large yolks. Duck eggs are great for: Making lemon curd. Baking cakes. Scrambling. Poaching. Making omelettes. Frying for a cooked breakfast or egg and chips. Making quiches. Hard Boiling for picnics and packed lunches. Soft boiled eggs and soldiers! Making … Read more Are Duck Eggs Good To Eat?