I think we’re all turning to comfort food a little more now the evenings are getting darker. For me it’s about simple but good quality ingredients cooked slowly with plenty of bold flavours. And if you stick a Yorkshire Pudding on the side, mores the better!
If you’re looking for some recipe inspiration as the season changes, here are my top 5 winter warmer recipes:
- Tarted up sticky sausages
- Meatballs in tomato and thyme sauce
- Warming goulash
- Bonfire night sausage casserole
- Beef and dark ale stew
Of course a full-on roast dinner is always lovely, but it’s a lot of effort and these recipes are far more hands off, leaving you with your hands free to do something far more important,
like another five rounds of Candy Crush like unload the dishwasher and fold lots of washing *yawn*
If you have the fear when it comes to making your own Yorkies, you might want to give Aunt Bessie’s Home Bake ones a go. They come as batter in foil cases, so you get a very home made result.
You may have seen this Aunt Bessie’s advert already, but it made me laugh. Mobility scooters at high speed, all for the sake of an
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