A few weeks ago I received an invitation to dinner at The Orangery at St Elphins, and after a little research was immediately intrigued as the restaurant is actually part of a retirement village…
I love celebrating birthdays – it’s always so nice to get together with your favourite people, and they’re just such a great excuse to go for dinner (as if I needed another one!)
To celebrate such an occasion for a friend the other week, we booked a table at The Duncombe Arms for dinner – a pub in Ellastone, Staffordshire, which is a stones throw from Alton Towers
I’m not going to lie, it’s been an indulgent few weeks, so when Mae Ploy™ contacted me to ask if I’d like to try some of their Thai curry pastes I immediately wanted to make something healthy that still packed a punch in the flavour department
This Thai red curry tofu with freekeh & broccoli certainly fits the bill, and is super quick and easy
You know what it’s like, you’ve got a salad planned for dinner but it’s a gorgeous sunny evening, your willpower runs out and you just have to pop out to a delightful country pub instead! (Just look at that blue sky…!) Cue a little drive down the country lanes to The Cow in Dalbury Lees
Orzo is a form of short-cut pasta that looks deceptively like rice, but has a really light, bouncy texture and works perfectly in this recipe.
If ever the phrase ‘don’t judge a book by it’s cover’ was appropriate, it would be here at Ebi Sushi