Thank you so much for coming back to see my second installment of my blogger series: In the kitchen with. Each week I will feature a fabulous baker, cook or simply someone who’s kitchen is what dreams are made of. They will share their journey in blogging as well as some of their favourite recipes and let us in on some of their kitchen secrets! Last week we featured Le Coin de Mel.
This week I have the pleasure of featuring fellow North East lovely Debbie who blogs at …
My Boys Club is a lifestyle, food and travel blog all about enjoying life with my family of boys in North East England and beyond. My boys are now 8 & 10 and fairly adventurous in terms of what they like doing but also what they eat. No picky eaters so I’m really lucky that I get to experiment with new foods, and they eat them!
I’ve only been blogging a year but I’ve enjoyed cooking since I was a child. There is nothing I like better than baking on a Sunday listening to one of the Radio 4 comedy shows! Think I’m getting old!
A family banquet that we could all enjoy together be it Chinese, Indian or Mexican food. Now that the boys are older I love that we can all dine together and eat the same food.
Sharp knife, tin opener and a bottle opener.
I love re-creating dishes I’ve tried in a restaurant. I was very pleased with my meatless Peking Duck made from Jackfruit this year. I also love making soup.
I melted a bowl trying to melt chocolate in the microwave. So much safer over a bowl of hot water!
Not sure if I have just one. I like watching Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall and like how his cookbooks focus on different foods. We watched him filming out of our B&B room in Lulworth Cove one year too. That was funny. And I still adore my Cranks recipe cookbook that I’ve had since I was a student. Never managed to eat in one of their restaurants but my veggie roast is an adaption of one of their dishes.
For all of Debbies recipes please head over to her blog HERE
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