As a busy dad who does his best to feed his family healthy food, chicken nuggets are, frankly, awesome. Made with nothing more than breadcrumbs and chicken and when combined with fresh veg and rice or pasta, they make a very healthy meal.
Recipes and cooking
Yes, I cook! As the main carer for my kids, I have to cook for my entire family. Here you will find recipes and blog posts about my cooking adventures taking in healthy foods, baking and everything in-between.
On the run up to the summer holidays, I was very aware that our diet had become very unimaginative. Mrs Adams and I would eat the same dishes in rotation, as would the kids.
I’ve often considered pork to be an under-rated meat. It’s a very cost-effective to purchase if you’re on a budget and is marvelous in stews and casseroles.
For much of my twenties I was a vegetarian. Only thing is, I had one weakness; it was a café in central Barnsley that sold the most amazing roast pork rolls with stuffing and apple sauce. Every now and again, if I found myself in the area, I would indulge, much to the amusement and chagrin of my friends (yes, okay, I was a bad vegetarian).
With that confession out the way, I was delighted to be approached by Love Pork and asked if I would like to create sweet spiced pulled pork with plum compote. It’s a straightforward recipe dads and kids can cook so mum can have the day off on Mother’s Day (not so simple in my house where I’m a stay at home father but that’s another story!). View Post
I have a new hobby. It’s a hobby purely for grown-ups that gives me quiet time away from the hustle and bustle of family life. This, my friends, is quite important for a stay at home father like myself.
You may have guessed it from a few remarks I’ve made on the blog recently; I have taken up home brewing beer. This short video I’ve made gives you an idea what I’ve been up to and why there are almost 200 pints of beer in my garage.
Last week I was writing about my experiences of using a slow cooker. Over the past few days I’ve been experimenting with something entirely different; the Tefal Cook4me multicooker.
I wasn’t entirely sure what to make of the Cook4me when it first arrived. Appearance wise, it reminded me of a small, Soviet-era satellite and it struck me that it was simply a modern take on the pressure cooker. View Post