Organic Festive Menu for 8

Festive Glazed Ham by Katie Bryson on feedingboys.co.uk

When you’re at the supermarket, what would move you to spend that little bit more and opt for organic? It’s generally a bit more expensive, and in this cash strapped climate when we’re beating a path to Lidl and Aldi to get more in our trolleys for less, I wonder how high on the agenda […]

Herb and Chorizo Crusted Pork Chops

Herb and Chorizo Crusted Pork Chop on Feedingboys.co.uk

A super easy bung-it-in-the-oven meal that’s packed with flavour. It’s perfect for Christmas Eve when you want to serve up something special, but already have enough on prepping the turkey! It cuts a pleasing amount of corners using store cupboard ingredients. I’ve used simple sage and onion stuffing mix for the crust and lifted it […]

Red Pesto Crusted Salmon With Warm Salad

Red pesto crusted salmon with warm salad on feedingboys.co.uk

Perk up some salmon fillets with a delicious crust of home-made red pepper pesto. Serve with a robust winter salad of mixed leaves, French beans, roasted sweet potato and red onion scattered with butter beans and tossed in a light lemon, honey and mustard dressing. The pesto is whizzed up in seconds in the blender using […]

Spicy Roasted Sweet Potato and Carrot Soup

Spicy roasted sweet potato and carrot soup on feedingboys.co.uk

A mug of nourishing roasted root vegetable soup with a spicy Thai kick to savour on a chilly day. Make a batch of this recipe at the weekend, and you’ll have some warming lunches to look forward to during the week. You don’t have to roast the sweet potato and carrots, but it does bring […]

11 Speedy Cheesy Suppers

Speedy Cheesy Suppers on Feedingboys.co.uk photo by Ren Behan

What could be finer than an easy cheesy meal that’s on the table in 30 minutes or less? Well that was the challenge of last month’s Speedy Suppers, a blog event jointly hosted by Sarah Maison Cupcake and myself here on Feeding Boys. So be prepared to bookmark lots of these comforting recipes sent in […]

Sweetcorn, Carrot and Coriander Fritters

Sweetcorn, Carrot and Coriander Fritters by Katie Bryson for Parentdish.co.uk

Quick and crispy veggie treats, these sweetcorn fritters give an autumnal evening a little golden glow. Grated carrot and chopped roasted red pepper ups the vegetable count with chopped coriander and lime zest giving a little Asian breeze to proceedings. You can make the fritters extra small and serve as little starters with a sweet chilli dip, go […]

Broccoli and Chorizo Mac and Cheese Pots

Broccoli and Chorizo Mac and Cheese Pots by Katie Bryson for Parentdish.co.uk

Macaroni cheese is one of my all time favourite family suppers, you just can’t beat it for a spot of autumnal comfort food. My mum’s macaroni cheese was always so inviting, especially when she popped some bacon on top with cheese and breadcrumbs and whipped it under the grill until it went crispy. Divine. So […]

Sausage and Sweet Potato Skillet Supper

Sausage and Sweet Potato Skillet Supper by Katie Bryson for Parentdish.co.uk

Skillet recipes are having a moment, it’s officially a thing. I put it down to the continuing obsession with the cooking habits of our neighbours across the pond in the US of A. That and Pinterest. But really,  a skillet has become a hipster foodie word to use instead of frying pan. Sounds funky though eh? Massive […]

Chicken, Sweetcorn and Broccoli Pot Pies

Chicken, Sweetcorn and Broccoli Pot Pies for Parentdish.co.uk on Feeding Boys

A great way to use up leftover roast chicken, these ultra tasty pot pies have a creamy filling and crisp criss cross pastry crust. I know it’s not got cold yet, but i’m still in the mood for autumnal comfort eating. So with this in mind i’ve been experimenting in my kitchen, coming up with […]

October’s Bookmarked Recipes

Bookmarked Recipes on Feeding Boys with Tinned Tomatoes

I’m delighted to be hosting Bookmarked Recipes for Jac of the supremely brilliant vegetarian blog Tinned Tomatoes this month. It’s a monthly challenge to use those unloved and forgotten recipes that you have bookmarked from magazines, cookbooks, newspapers and online. Are you forever cutting out recipes from the weekend papers or ear marking delicious dishes from […]