The rowan, also known as the mountain-ash tree (specifically, the Sorbus aucuparia, Sorbus torminalis and Sorbus domestica species), produces the most wonderful red berries during September and October. They’re unbelievably red. The tree grows in many places in the cooler climes of the Northern Hemisphere. It’s a favourite of birds and foragers in Britain…
Burns Night Supper, Part 2: Vegan Haggis
It’s Burn Night! You need vegan haggis.
Burns Night Supper, Part 3: Vegan Clapshot
This is my favourite way to make mashed potatoes… the secret is that it’s not only potatoes!
The Best, Booziest and Vegan Christmas Cake
This is not your insufferable, dry and awful Christmas cake!
A Christmas Pudding Even Dickens Would Love
A Christmas Carol… THE classic Christmas, no? And what dessert takes centre stage in that story? Yes, you guessed it, the Christmas Pudding. For the last many Christmases, Mr. GoodEating and I have been making our own Christmas Pudding and Christmas Cake. We bring these festive treats wherever we may be celebrating Christmas. Before making ours, I never…
The Easiest and Creamiest Mac & Cheese
I have been experimenting with, what to me is, a revolutionary cooking method for pasta that uses the gluten released by the pasta as a creaminess enhancer. I was inspired to try this method by a fellow vegan whose details I’ve now misplaced and by preparing my Lady Assassin Spaghetti. As you will see from…
Vegan Fish Pie With Cheesy Mashed Potato Top
Fish pies in Britain have their origins in the Christian practice of “fasting” days, particularly during Lent, when “fasting” did not necessarily mean not eating, rather it meant not eating meat. Fish was the substitute for those who could afford it. Traditional fish pies were made with rosewater, sugar, spices and wine. Thankfully, this fish…