This recipe is a great alternative to the Sunday roast when you’re in the mood for a more relaxed evening in. Using cheap cuts of meat cooked low and slow in one pot you’ll get a delicious, hearty meal that saves money and washing up. More time for feet up and a film afterwards! And let’s face it, getting every drop out of a Sunday before the working week starts is pretty damn important.
“I’m in love I’m in love and I don’t care who knows it!”
I cannot tell you how happy deliveries like this make me! Getting a text from Q to tell me I have something waiting at home has me clock watching all day. Oh to be a full time blogger… *sigh*
Do you remember original 90s Masterchef? The one with Lloyd Grossman in the black studio with the neon blue, red and yellow kitchens? I loved that show as a kid. And whilst I think most viewers would be cast off into imagining how wonderful it would be to compete and win a show like that, I was contemplating what a cool job it would be to judge. I suppose that’s where the beginning of my love for reviewing food came from. How very lucky I feel now that I’m all grown up, that I get to have a go at being a food judge right here in my hometown.
I’m doing a great job of late ticking off a number of restaurants from my hit list! Almost two years since we started talking about visiting the Hand & Flowers, we finally visited this week.