I’ve been doing pork chops in the slow cooker every week all winter long. As is usual, this time of year, I start to get bored and want something new. I was doing them differently every week, but still…..
We finally stopped eating winter squashes and I was able to buy a cauliflower…. Exciting times.
Mashed potato topped pies are a popular part of British cooking. They are almost always made with leftovers from the ‘Sunday Joint’ which is a strange term referring to a roast beast of some sort served at the main meal on Sunday. I would call it a Sunday Roast, but, as I’m American, I don’t know any better.
While everything and anything can be made with bacon in the U.S., it’s not a household staple here.
I can buy allumettes (matchsticks) or lardons (just translates as bacon, but it’s in pieces slightly bigger than the matchsticks) either natural or smoked. All of these are fried and added to salads, quiches or other dishes as flavoring. They come in … Continue reading.....