Food Me Senseless was born in Gibraltar, bred in Wiltshire.
I spend my holidays travelling and working as a cook on-board boats, making me lucky enough to be able to explore the Mediterranean's many culinary treats and try out the three words I know in Italian.
Loves garlic, Marmite and spice. Will never, ever agree to eating a Donna Kebab, no matter how inebriated.
Ah January, the detox/resolution/lose weight/exercise month. Not exactly the most thrilling start to the year, but I guess there has to be some repercussions for eating our bodyweight in stuffing and Quality Street in December. Anyway, so here is my … Continue reading →
There is something rather opulent and indulgent about this dish- despite it being incredibly easy and cheap to make- particularly if you get your ‘shrooms from a market. Unlike regular risotto the stock needn’t be added gradually- but simply … Continue reading →
Just when we were all relaxing and thinking our steamy summer was here to stay…it started raining. Bored of salads, which don’t quite taste the same with an overcast sky, savoury scones are an all-in-one lunch, requiring little to accompany … Continue reading →
Halloumi, when grilled until it’s slighty browned, is the perfect summer cheese- it’s the smell of hot Mediterranean summers, oil popping in the pan … plus it’s lighter and less rich than goat’s cheese or feta. This isn’t a recipe … Continue reading →
lemon-roast chicken on a bed of fennel with pan-fried spring vegetables and roasted new potatoes The weather may still be determinedly wintry, but spring is on its way. Or so I tell myself as it once again starts snowing outside, … Continue reading →