Squid Ink Spaghetti with Shrimp and Fennel

December 9th, 2016|

Spaghetti with Shrimp is a pretty classic combination and to be honest I have not strayed to far from the pretty traditional protocols of a dish that is already a real winner, but lets face it... I like to tinker and add my own slant to dishes so along side the garlic, chili and lemon notes that you would expect to find in and good spaghetti with shrimp dish [...]

Spanish Pork Chop with Cauliflower

December 6th, 2016|

The inspiration for my Spanish Pork Chop with Cauliflower dish comes unusually from a new cookery book I got my hands on, I have loads of cook books and rarely look at them and to be honest rarely by them... However people know I love food so cookery books have become an easy to buy gift for folk to buy me, it really is not the way I cook [...]

Mushroom Chow Mein

December 2nd, 2016|

I can't believe I have not shared this recipe earlier, a mushroom chow mein is a stalwart dish at casa Jones and it is so incredibly simple and fast you will be playing with variations on this dish for months, nah years. The secret as with all stir fry dishes is preparation, or mise en place as the French and chefs would say. There is little or no time [...]

Spiced Rabbit Tagine

November 29th, 2016|

Rabbit definitely fell out of favour as a source of protein but once up on time it was really very popular and I am on a bit of 'wild' meat push at the moment and if this site does anything it is represent what I eat. This spiced rabbit tagine is one of my favourite ways to cook with farmed rabbit, which is much more subtle and a little [...]

Skillet Goats Cheese Stuffed Pasta Shells

November 25th, 2016|

I love Stuffed Pasta Shells and this just happens to be my favourite way to stuff them, goats cheese certainly seems to be a bit of a Marmite type of food with many claiming to love or hate it with very little in between... I am firmly in the love it brigade and paired up with a spicy salami and turned into these stuffed pasta shells then baked [...]

Balsamic and Honey Glazed Duck Breast

November 22nd, 2016|

Having recipes that look great, sound impressive and taste million dollars but are easy and quick to push out is something I am always working on and for me duck is always the ingredient I fall back on for this. It has amazing flavour, always looks great, is really versatile and feels like a bit of a treat but cooks in no time at all this Balsamic and Honey [...]

Bread and Butter Pudding

November 18th, 2016|

Hold the front page people, my latest recipe is a rare beast in Krumpli, a dessert, I know take a seat and focus on the bread and butter pudding and you will be fine... My self and my fearless stunt wifey rarely eat desserts, our love of savoury flavours usually massively overwhelms our desire for dessert, but we are not immune to the odd sweet treat and when [...]

Mushroom, Beef and Ale Pie

November 15th, 2016|

Beef and Ale Pie is such a classic winter dish and whilst it is far from full on winter in these parts I very much needed a hearty big dish for dinner on the weekend just past... It was wood chopping time for us, so two days, one crate of beer, two tonne of Akác wood (False Akacia if you are in the UK, Black Locust if you [...]

Baked Cauliflower Cannelloni

November 11th, 2016|

They say idle hands make light work and this cauliflower cannelloni is definitely a product of my idleness, oh yes and my love of cauliflower... This recipe all started off with an experiment with a simple cauliflower puree, fooling around with steamed, roasted and boiled cauliflower which then lead to a ravioli and finally to this heartwarming cauliflower cannelloni. Often vegetarian dishes can be categorised as very worthy [...]

Skillet Pork Chop with Cabbage and Pear

November 8th, 2016|

This Skillet Pork Chop with Cabbage, Pear and Walnuts recipe just screams autumn in these parts, both pears and walnuts are pretty much ubiquitous in these parts and despite not having either a walnut tree or a pear tree in our garden I have not paid a single brass farthing for either of these ingredients since we moved here. Confessing to a Hungarian that you are fond of an [...]

Mulligatawny Soup: Indian Pepper Water

November 4th, 2016|

You must be warned this mulligatawny soup recipe comes at you deep from the depths of man flu, now we all know man flu is the most crippling illness known to man, it kinda makes ebola virus feel like a stubbed toe. So I am pretty much on deaths door bed typing this but please don't worry about me I will struggle through this and I am sure [...]

Tuscan Cabbage and White Bean Soup

November 1st, 2016|

This Tuscan white bean and cabbage soup is a twist on zuppa Toscana, however my version turned much lighter and vegetarian years ago, gone is the bacon, sausage and  double cream... Gone is the bacon, I can not believe I am saying that. This white bean soup like many of my vegetarian soups has become an ode to my garden and in particular my winter garden, there is no [...]

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