Lots of tasty ideas for making the most of meat, fish, dairy and eggs. Perfect for #worldcarnivoremonth, and anyone on a plant-free, low-carb or keto diet.
A traditional English dish: rich meaty filling, wrapped in a steamed (gluten-free) suet pastry. Wonderful!
Mutton is often thought of as being a tough, second-rate meat, but nothing should be further from the truth. When cooked long and slow it is a rich, melt-in-the-mouth meat with a superb flavour. The secret is to prepare it well and give it time to slowly reveal its wonders.
Here are some ideas for managing a celebration when you have guests with different dietary needs. It’s a great option for any event, summer or
Low-carb and ketogenic cheesecakes are easy and fun to make. With a few helpful pointers you can start to make up your own recipes and create something wonderful.
The original camp-fire and hiking food. Beef Jerky is a dried meat snack with a tangy taste and chewy texture.
All of the ingredients in this dish are of animal origin; No vanilla, sugar, nutmeg. Which might make you wonder what the topping is…
A single ingredient free-from pasta that exceeded our expectations. A useful addition to a grain-free diet and pretty low-carb to boot.
Breakfast in America? Here’s my grain-free low-carb version of the famous salty-sweet pancake combo. Its basically eggs and bacon with a twist. Delicious.
We take a look at a couple of interesting products currently on the shelves: Salmon Jerky and Seaweed Thins. Suitable for gluten-free diets these snacks look promising, but will they cut the mustard in our demanding taste tests?
A lush terrine made with lamb’s liver, buck breast and pork mince, then wrapped in bacon = marbled slices of mouth-watering loveliness.
I thought I knew what salami was. I thought I’d eaten real salami. Oh how wrong I was!
A mini review of a fascinating UK grown winter apple variety which is delicious, versatile and naturally resistant to browning – with an interesting back story too!
Can you believe your eyes? Gorgeous golden Yorkies without a grain in sight! These little babies were made with eggs and arrowroot. Here’s how…
Whether you grow your own ingredients or not (we did), this is a must-try summer dish: a vibrant, garlicky stew of mediterranean vegetables dripping with extra virgin olive oil.
Giant Puff Balls have been spotted in the wild. We caught one and cooked it in true hunter gatherer style. Here’s how…
A simple but classic dish making use of some of those ‘odd bits’ that make nose to tail eating so easy.
Our traditional Christmas dinner worked exceptionally well this year, and included roast turkey with all the trimmings.
It’s the traditional pud gone paleo. Soaked fruit, almonds and honey make this rich Christmas bomb go with a bang.
Coconut filled chocolate sweet-meats that are suitable for ketogenic diets.
This delicious sponge is light, moist and very tasty, made with whole whizzed boiled oranges. Citrus pizzazz!
A delicious baked dish using wholesome ingredients that bring out the best in this fish.
Four ideas to jazz up your nuts: Cashews with lemon and black pepper, Tamari 5-spiced mixed nuts, Curried macadamias & Balsamic pecans
Kale. Yes. I know. It’s got a little halo, but it’s… well, dull. DON’T DESPAIR! This recipe actually makes it worth eating.
One of the best cuts of lamb. A dramatic, succulent centrepiece for an English roast dinner.
These little tea-time cakes have a lovely crumbly texture. Grain-free and low in carbs. Who wouldn’t like them?
The real deal. An update on the traditional 17th century minced pie, with real minced beef (!) in a chestnut and almond shortbread case.
We review and compare three of the best supermarket bacon buys: Pancetta, Air dried or Organic. Which will get five stars?
Not just any old bavette steak, but Knepp’s finest free-living rewilded pasture-fed longhorn steaks. PLUS video of the Knepp cattle.
A quick, easy & presentable recipe. A good alternative to battered or breaded fish.