Recipe: Slow Cooked Beef Brisket with Celeriac Mash and Wild Mushrooms

Beef Brisket

Slow cooking is a great way to experiment with different cuts of meat and you can always ask your butcher to recommend a cheaper or less well-known piece. This weekend I slow cooked beef brisket for the first time in a lovely rich beef stock with carrots, baby onions, celery, garlic, tomato puree, port and fresh herbs. The… 

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Tefal 8 in 1 Multi Cooker – Review & Giveaway


It is not very often that as a food blogger, I approach a company myself to ask to review a product. Mainly, this is because I receive more requests than I can cope with, but more so, by asking for a product I don’t want it to seem as though I am trying to get it for free!… 

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Pull Apart Spring Shoulder of Lamb

There’s something about weekend cooking that normally means the pace is a lot slower and you may have a little bit more time to spare to cook a family meal or even a Sunday roast – though having more time doesn’t mean it needs to be hard. This week I came across a lovely shoulder of lamb at my local… 

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