Riverford at Oxfork

  Last month I wrote about the Oxford Bake Off and how I wanted to challenge myself more in the food world. While there were no bake offs for me this April I set myself up to go to a food event in Oxford at Oxfork. Oxfork had been on my list for a while,…

Reggae Reggae beef rib

The Covered Market in Oxford is like a city within a city it includes clothes shops, shoe shops, a barbers, cafes, and many food stalls.  MFeller, Son & Daughter has a variety of meats on the outside of their shop. My other half picked up a pack of 4 Beef Ribs for about £7 the other weekend, the size…

Salmon en croute – new year to picnic

Salmon en croute with currants and ginger – Rick Stein I made this last New Year which was great hot or cold and a great alternative after too much turkey or nut roast. This time though I made this great dish for a family and friends’ picnic on the last bank holiday Monday. The group…

Oxford Foodies Festival

South Park Oxford, a large expanse of space, central to Oxford, lovely especially on a sunshine day! To mention everyone their would be a very very long blog but I’ll highlight some of my favourites here: First off we’d left out tickets at home 😦 great start I know! However thanks to fabulous technology in this…

Bicester Avenue Home and Garden Centre and Broccoli Soup

The thing about Oxfordshire is that there are so many great food/farm shops, only a short drive from the main city centre. The purpose of my trip out today was for some essential kitchen items, that have over time; worn out, chipped cracked etc. Bicester Avenue Home and Garden Centre has a Lakeland which in my eyes has…