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Entries on this site with 'snack'

  • Spanish Omelette 'Tortilla'
    Given that the Spanish were in S. America for such a long time, and that in Mexico they speak Spanish, I've always found it odd that 'tortilla' has a different meaning in
  • Tomato Soup a.k.a. Ghost's Blood!
    Well that's crept up on me without me noticing! It's Halloween on Monday: that special day when little kids can 'mug' old people with impunity! At this point, 'proper' blo
  • If you go down to the woods...
    If you go down to the woods... ...it's likely that you'll find some wild garlic. Or, if you've a good friend who house-sits where there's a woodland garden, you may be luc
  • Onion Bhajis and Tamarind Chutney
    Another buffet favourite that can be made for pennies. Onion Bhajis 8 Tablesp Gram flour (sieved) 1 Tablesp Rice flour (or SR Flour) ½ Tablesp Cumin powder ½ Tablesp Coria
  • Bacon and Cheese Quiche
    There you go, I'm being posh and calling it quiche! It's really a good old bacon and cheese flan. It's a pity that so many poor imitations of this superb rich savoury egg
  • Roast Chickpeas
    Here's a quick healthy snack for all you body-conscious guys out there! Heat the oven to 200°C. Drain, wash & dry a can of chickpeas and mix with a few drops of oil, a cou
  • Pickled Eggs
    One of the easiest of all pickles, pickled eggs are a bit like Marmite™ - you either love 'em or hate 'em! I'm not a great lover of them, but a while back, one night in th
  • Scotch Eggs
    The popular snack Scotch Egg has been much abused by the food industry if the supermarket's offerings are anything to go by - even worse those mini Scotch Eggs served as a
  • Buckling Pâté
    Maurice brought me a buckling at the weekend from Cookies Crab Shop . Now, for those who don't know, buckling is a whole smoked herring and like all herring is full of bon
  • Taramasalata
    Taramasalata or taramosalata, the spelling's different, but the product's the same. It was only a couple of days ago that I realised that I hadn't reported back on what I
  • Potted Ham
    There comes a time of year when it gets a bit too hot for pea and ham soup, so short of just pigging out on them, I had to find a use for the ham hock and knuckle from my
  • Falafel and Pita Bread
    I make no claims as to the authenticity of this recipe - 'cos I made it up! It's an amalgamation of a few I've seen online over the last year, or so. Falafel 300gm Dried c
  • Pretzels
    Initially, I wasn't that pleased with these pretzels, thinking that the outside should be more crispy and the centre less dense, but then Hannah, my daughter who went to B
  • Pork Liver Pâté
    There's only so many faggots a man can take (I hope no-one in the US is reading this!). So what's different that you can do with the masses of pork liver from your half pi
  • Cornish Pasties
    A recent BBC news item about a group of pasty enthusiasts travelling 220 miles just to eat pasties reminded me that I photographed a pasty making session a few months ago,
  • Onion Confit Quiche
    This quiche was what you'd call a long shot, but surprisingly everyone loved it. Not exactly a recipe, more a method: A good few hours before you want the quiche, peel and
  • Samosas
    My mate John brought me some samosas to try. They're from a shop on Green Lane Road and are superb. Mind you, the Tamarind dip which accompanied them about blew my brains
  • Melton Mowbray Pork Pie
    As a Leicestershire bloke, the Pork Pie I make is of the Melton Mowbray variety: a pie made 'free standing', not in a tin, with plain not cured pork that is chopped not mi
  • Pork Pie 'Sausage' Rolls
    You know those days when you get the most stupid ideas? Well, today was one of them. I thought I would try out a new pastry recipe for pork pie. Why? I don't know, everyon
  • Cheese Choux Nibbles
    Choux pastry rings alarm bells with many people who presume it to be the domain of the professional pastry chef. In fact, as pastry goes, it's one of the simplest – it doe
  • Store Cupboard Starters
    Food for four and two more arrive wanting food? It happens to us all sooner or later. Today was my turn. Only thing for it is to conjure up a starter. Today, faced with th
  • Tapas Croquetas
    An article called 'Leftovers are a cheaper, greener option' at the Daily Telegraph reminded me of a snack/starter I haven't made for some time. Croquetas – croquettes or c

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