The perfect accompaniment to any family Sunday Roast. We love them with Pork, Beef, and Lamb. Great-Grandma Gingerbiscuit (GG) likes hers co...
You hear the gravel on the drive crunching as the kids arrive home. Everything is on the kitchen table ready to be combined to make delici...
Made in my sister-in-laws kitchen In an earlier post I 'fessed up that I have never made a Meringue . Being brought up with a healthy...
I love the combination of Caraway Seed and potatoes, especially peeled, sliced, potatoes with a couple of teaspoons of seeds thrown in the water as they cook. They make the kitchen smell slightly of anise. Heaven.
Looking into this small brown seed a little more brings the discovery that its part of the Celery family and from a bi-annual plant. It's not actually a seed - its the split halves of the dried fruits of a plant. Grown in regions such as East and South East Europe, North Africa and parts of the America. Holland is currently the top producer. A brief nose around the internet shows lots of references to it as an aid to digestion. All news to me.
*note to Sam put recipe on here.