The Cheat’s Guide to Filling the Freezer

We had a sad incident the week before last where a family member (who may just be the one who is typing this post) didn't close the freezer properly and by the time it was discovered the icepops were liquid and the freezer dinners were only fit for the bin. When I got over the … Continue reading The Cheat’s Guide to Filling the Freezer

The Cheat's Guide to Filling the Freezer

We had a sad incident the week before last where a family member (who may just be the one who is typing this post) didn't close the freezer properly and by the time it was discovered the icepops were liquid and the freezer dinners were only fit for the bin. When I got over the … Continue reading The Cheat's Guide to Filling the Freezer

Very Easy Chicken and Broccoli Bake

I tested this recipe a few years ago for Mummy Pages (their version with my photograph is here) and it has become a firm favourite in our house. I was skeptical as I had made the full on one before with homemade white sauce and would usually turn my nose up at using tinned soup … Continue reading Very Easy Chicken and Broccoli Bake

The Bumbles of Rice Batchcooking Commandments

I'm not really a batchcooking fan, despite the fact that I do it a lot.  I've blogged about it before and shared my methods here.  It's tiring, and I always make my plans too ambitious and think that I will do enough to feed us for months, but with lots of different varieties too, so … Continue reading The Bumbles of Rice Batchcooking Commandments

A Mumble on Dinners and Batchcooking Tips

My Mammy is a great woman for dinners. She reared us all on good homecooked food and whatever the day's events when we were small one thing was sure, there would always be a hot dinner in the evening, no matter what. Mam didn't work outside the home when I was younger, the six of … Continue reading A Mumble on Dinners and Batchcooking Tips