This red onion chutney has really cheered up my meals recently.  And did I tell you I hate dry food?  Usually if there’s sauce or gravy going, I’m all over it.  That’s probably the Northerness in me (which always need a capital N). I love a good relish or chutney that I can spread on […]

This red onion chutney has really cheered up my meals recently. And did I tell you I hate dry food? Usually if there’s sauce or gravy going, I’m all over it. That’s probably the Northerness in me (which always need a capital N). I love a good relish or chutney that I can spread on […]

Einstök Icelandic White Ale

Einstök Icelandic White Ale

Einstök brew their beers with pure Icelandic water and this witbier was made with Bavarian noble hops, wheat malt and pilsner malts, oats, coriander

This red onion chutney has really cheered up my meals recently.  And did I tell you I hate dry food?  Usually if there’s sauce or gravy going, I’m all over it.  That’s probably the Northerness in me (which always need a capital N). I love a good relish or chutney that I can spread on […]

This red onion chutney has really cheered up my meals recently. And did I tell you I hate dry food? Usually if there’s sauce or gravy going, I’m all over it. That’s probably the Northerness in me (which always need a capital N). I love a good relish or chutney that I can spread on […]

PACCHERI (TRADITIONAL MACARONI) WITH PORK BELLY AND BABY ARTICHOKES - The Paccheri are a kind of macaroni typical of Naples: If you’ve never tried them, I recommend you do it as soon as possible! Today I bring you a ride from Naples to Rome, relishing my Paccheri with ingredients that wink to the Italian capital city: fresh pork belly, artichokes and pecorino romano cheese. - sauce recipe dinner recipes pasta

PACCHERI (TRADITIONAL MACARONI) with pork belly and baby artichokes

PACCHERI (TRADITIONAL MACARONI) WITH PORK BELLY AND BABY ARTICHOKES - The Paccheri are a kind of macaroni typical of Naples: If you’ve never tried them, I recommend you do it as soon as possible! Today I bring you a ride from Naples to Rome, relishing my Paccheri with ingredients that wink to the Italian capital city: fresh pork belly, artichokes and pecorino romano cheese. - sauce recipe dinner recipes pasta

Did you know that Porto is justly renowned as not only one of the world’s wine capitals but also a city which enjoys its food?  Many restaurants offer traditional Portuguese cuisine making it easy to try some of Portugal’s national dishes. You will discover a wealth of flavour, tradition, and plenty of fresh, local ingredients. Here are some of the more emblematic Portuguese dishes to choose from. Bom Apetite!

Did you know that Porto is justly renowned as not only one of the world’s wine capitals but also a city which enjoys its food? Many restaurants offer traditional Portuguese cuisine making it easy to try some of Portugal’s national dishes. You will discover a wealth of flavour, tradition, and plenty of fresh, local ingredients. Here are some of the more emblematic Portuguese dishes to choose from. Bom Apetite!

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This red onion chutney has really cheered up my meals recently.  And did I tell you I hate dry food?  Usually if there’s sauce or gravy going, I’m all over it.  That’s probably the Northerness in me (which always need a capital N). I love a good relish or chutney that I can spread on […]

This red onion chutney has really cheered up my meals recently. And did I tell you I hate dry food? Usually if there’s sauce or gravy going, I’m all over it. That’s probably the Northerness in me (which always need a capital N). I love a good relish or chutney that I can spread on […]

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