The best way to achieve frugality is for one to learn how to make as many meals as possible using the humble potato. This has to be my personal favourite, thus far. The hasselback potato is a Swedish version of the baked potato, though due to the way it’s sliced it also tastes a littleContinue reading

University is over, results have been received and summer is here. For the past few weeks pretty much everything has been up in the air – even the weather hasn’t been sure of itself. However, today it is 30C outside and the weather isn’t set to change for a number of days, by which timeContinue reading

If ever there were four ingredients that worked perfectly in tandem, then they are in this Sweet Potato and Blue Cheese Filo Pie. Added to the two headline ingredients, roasted red onion and sautéed mushrooms round out this simple pie. And if you’re quick, it might be ready within the hour. Like this:Like Loading…

Renowned, in Britain at least, for its comforting, restorative properties, Oxtail Soup – or, in this case, Oxtail Stew – is consumed as eagerly as possible by the sick, aged and infirm. As a man who fits all too perfectly into two of the three categories, it seemed only right to bring you a recipeContinue reading

A traditional Greek dish, Lamb Kleftiko takes its name from the ‘Klephts’ (thief or brigand); highwaymen who took it upon themselves to oppose the Ottoman oppression, having taken to the mountains during the 15th Century. Having no animals of their own, the Klephts would steal goats and lambs, cooking them secretly in sealed clay ovensContinue reading