Baked pumpkin risotto

Posted 1:08pm Sunday 6th July 2014

Risotto isnít at all difficult to make. In fact, I think it is easier than a boring old bolognaise. At the end of the day a risotto of any flavour consists of a white risotto base with whatever other inclusions you want thrown in at the end. In this case it is cubes of sweet baked pumpkin. Pumpkin Read more...

Chipotle Chicken Burgers

Posted 2:07pm Sunday 25th May 2014

I made up this recipe over the summer after I was inspired by a delicious Ferg Burger I ate. Ever since I made these for my family it has become one of Mumís staple meals on the weekly rotation. My brother, who usually loves these burgers, actually complained about the frequency of their appearance Read more...

Corn Fritters

Posted 4:32pm Sunday 18th May 2014

In my third year, if our flat was a country, its national dish would have been corn fritters. Corn fritters for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Last year I came home rather drunk, tripped over my feet and left my knees outside on the concrete. The first thing to come to my attention was not the Read more...

Baked Rice Pudding

Posted 3:11pm Sunday 11th May 2014

Winter is coming! Therefore, so too is pudding season! The smell of rice pudding baking in the oven reminds me of my childhood, but also of my first year at Carrington. I swear the abundance of rice pudding there was fully responsible for my fresher five. I spent the Easter weekend helping my Read more...

Moussaka

Posted 4:20pm Sunday 4th May 2014

So, looks like winter is no longer coming and is, in fact, here. I have decided to treat you with a slightly more interesting, but still comforting, alternative to the well-loved lasagne. Moussaka, a dish of Greek and general Mediterranean invention, comprises of a tomato-based lamb mince Read more...

Savoury Crepes

Posted 1:58pm Sunday 27th April 2014

Back when I was at high school (to make certain people feel old, that was a mere six years ago) we had a French exchange student called Alan. It sounds terrible, but we used to exploit him for his crepe making abilities. After all, he was French Ė this sort of thing is automatically programmed into Read more...

Mini Bacon and Egg Pies

Posted 4:31pm Sunday 13th April 2014

There may or may not be an embarrassing video on the Internet about me making pies. You could say I am somewhat of a bacon and egg pie expert. Last year, I frequently made and delivered these beauties to my favourite Critic employees, Sam, Alex and Dan, for their lunches. I did tend to get Read more...

Lazy People's Focaccia

Posted 4:50pm Sunday 6th April 2014

I first made this loaf as a hangover cure for a good friend of mine. After he participated in a terrible game of ďtake one for the team and finish the bottle of awful Teacherís Whiskey,Ē carbohydrate was required to soak up the night before. It was accompanied with a day spent on the couch watching Read more...

Asian Lettuce Cups

Posted 7:01pm Sunday 30th March 2014

This is the Asian and skinny equivalent of mince on toast. Mince on toast is actually something I have never had. Or maybe I have, but I was drunk and it was late at night and I probably stole it off someone else; so it doesnít really count. Make the most of the cheap iceberg lettuce at the Read more...

Lemonade Date Scones

Posted 5:30pm Sunday 23rd March 2014

Every accomplished woman should know how to make a good batch of scones. Once mastered, you will be able to impress any future mother-in-law that comes your way. After all, isnít that why us ladies attend university? To find a husband? Throw that old Edmonds recipe out the window. Who has Read more...

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Sophie Edmonds

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