The ginger sesame chicken & rice v2.0
I started making this about 15 years ago. Recently I went rogue and revamped it, ensuring it remains the top family favourite for another decade or so.
I have been making buttermilk pancakes for a hundred years. Sometimes I swap in yoghurt. Rarely so I make ricotta pancakes because you have to whip the eggwhites separately and, quite frankly, who has the inclination to be doing that early in the day? Yes, you have to make some porridge first and let it… Continue reading Porridge pancakes
It seems ludicrous to give you a potato salad recipe. I mean, thousands of them already exist and mine changes basically every time I make it. But this one is a bit of a dinner winner. Onward!
What I’m going to give you here are the bones of the recipe – you need to add some stock if you’re cooking it on the stove-top and maybe if you’re slow-cooking it. I don’t add any more chilli than is in my fancy-bought-at-a-market garam marsala because 500 children mean 500 variants of chilli tolerance,… Continue reading Butter Chicken
A fantastic vegetarian dinner option, zucchini and haloumi fritters with mint and dill.
Sticky pork spare ribs
Oh my lordy be, these sticky pork spare ribs are good. I reckon you could also do it to a whole piece of pork belly or to American style ribs, even beef ribs and get a sensational result. There is a two step cooking process so you’re probably not making this on a school night… Continue reading Sticky pork spare ribs
In some very exciting news I have teamed up with Mrs Woog for a podcast we have ingeniously called Woog & Berry. Stay tuned, we should be going live in early December. Such a development! In our first episode we talk about #everyfuckingnight and just how many things you can do with mince. Preferably we… Continue reading Laab
Chicken and bacon pasta bake
When you’re groaning at having to make dinner again make this.