Here is a recipe from Judy Kim where you pan-fry some of the ready-made stuffed pasta parcels (like ravioli) that you can buy really cheaply in the supermarkets. These pasta packets store really well so are a great standby to keep in the campervan. Enjoy…
Well, it looks like I have subscribed twice to Campervan magazine this year (senility is a terrible thing!). So I now have the spring edition to give away as the prize in my new competition – ‘What is the best camping accessory that you have found?’. Just let me know in a comment or by email and I’ll post the magazine to the winner. Intrigued to see what you come up with…
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I have to confess that, after learning about Bannock Bread from the winner of my campervan recipe competition, I am now a little bit obsessed with it and finding out all the ways you can make this simple but tasty, frying pan bread.
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Here is the winning recipe from my campervan recipe competition – it’s Bannock Bread.
I have to admit I hadn’t heard of it before but, apparently, Bannock is a simple, flat loaf of bread that can be cooked in a pan and bakes up with a texture similar to a scone or biscuit, with a fluffy center that is slightly crumbly. It is wonderful for breakfast spread with some jam or served with a main meal alongside your stew or main dish.
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Sea bass is one of my favourite fish but it is quite expensive so we don’t have it often. However, I found some on the reduced section in my local supermarket so I jumped on it and brought it home for lunch. I decided to cook it up with some smashed potatoes and some ‘silky’ veg: pan-fried vegetables in a creamy sauce. Let me tell you more…
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Here is a great campervan-style recipe from Jessie at Life as a Strawberry. Not only is it tasty, it’s healthy too!
Check out: Really quick and easy Prawn, one-pan recipe great for the campervan
Last weekend Glyn and I had a fantastic time at the Abergavenny Food Festival in Wales. This festival happens every year in September and is a bit like the Edinburgh Fringe Festival except that, instead of the town being covered in comedy, it is covered in FOOD! We ate LOTS of good food and bought foodie items from some great local producers but there was a strange incident that still remains a mystery…
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At this time of year there are often a lot of courgettes in the shops at cheap prices or, if you grow your own, then you probably have a few to eat up. Sometimes they are quite large and not so nice to eat raw (love them spiralized) or lightly cooked so what is the best way to use them up? This is how I do it…
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