Shepherd’s pie is a dish that is easy to make, warms the soul and fills you up. It uses ingredients that you probably have lying around and even better, it can be made and frozen to eat at a later date.
In a previous post we showed you how to cultivate your own sourdough starter (Read how to do that here). Within this post we will show you how to use that now cultivated starter to make delicious homemade bread. Unfortunately, between the writing on these two posts my very own starter randomly died on me. This can happen sometimes and it usually never your own fault; getting the balance right to keep it alive can be tricky and sometimes a sudden spike of temperature can have dire results. The best thing to do in this instance is to just start over and make a new starter.
Southern fried chicken is one of my favourite dishes that I have learnt to make myself. whilst traditional fried chicken is deep-fried, this recipe is oven cooked and reduces the oil that you are consuming. Whilst this recipe does make 6 pieces of chicken you can easily scale this recipe up or down, depending on how much you need to make.
Soup is the perfect comfort food. Its warm, soothing and easy to make. Made with ingredients that you may already have in your cupboard, fridge and freezer, this soup is easy to make, easy to store and lovely to eat!