Just discovered a foodie product that is all the rage in the cooking fraternity at the moment – Hot Honey. It is also great to take away in the campervan.Continue reading “Hot Honey – it’s all the rage!”
Here are 7 of the foodie products that I checked out on my latest wander around Sainsbury’s that I think are really useful for camping. For me, camping food needs to be: quick, easy to store, NOT cause too much washing-up, and of course, be tasty.
Enjoy…Continue reading “7 Great, Foodie Products for Your Camping Life”
Hi Everyone, I just thought I’d share a really easy, nutritious recipe that would be great for your camping life (and a tasty brunch at home). We often forget just how delicious and versatile the humble croissant is. You can add savoury and sweet fillings or just have it plain with a little creamy butter…Continue reading “Easy Chicken Salad and Grapes Recipe Ideal for Camping (and brunch!)”
Just thought I’d share with you a meal that is ideal for when you are out in the campervan. Not only is it really easy, tasty and flexible, it’s healthy too! It’s called the Power Bowl (sometimes the Buddha Bowl) and it is a perfectly balanced meal that you assemble from a wide range of ingredients.
You will need a pasta-style bowl as you’ll want something big enough to hold your whole meal (less washing-up, yay!) and you can include anything you want really, but there is a general template to follow…Continue reading “Power Bowls – Perfect for Campervan Life”
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…
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…