We’re going on our holidays. Mum and Dad seem to be very excited about it. I don’t know what all the fuss is about. The last holiday we had was in Scotland. It was cold and wet and I was too young for ice-cream.
This time Mum says it will be different because we’re off to Ibiza. I’m not convinced…. Surely sand tastes the same on every beach? I’ll let you know when we get home in a couple of weeks….
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Many moons ago, I was lucky enough to spend 3 months studying in Sardinia. What a great place for amazing local food! The Sardinians may be horrified at this cheat’s tinned version of their local classic but it is a super easy, healthy mid-week treat. This recipe has been modified from a version by Nigel Slater.
If the thought of stuffed vegetables makes you recoil in horror at the memory of bad canteen food, you might be pleasantly surprised by this recipe. The addition of feta makes this dish really delicious. The stuffing mix also works well with other vegetables like peppers or big tomatoes. It can be prepped in advance so it’s an easy fix for a mid-week supper.
This is a first for us – thanks to Rachel Cousins who got in touch with us to ask if she could write a guest post on our blog. We were delighted to welcome another blogger to theclaremontroadkitchen blog. I love courgettes but Molly is unsure and Chris definitely doesn’t like them so I’ll be making this recipe some night as a treat just for me! More recipes from us later in the week but for now, thanks to Rachel for this post. If you’re a blogger and interested in guest posting for us, drop us a line.
Why not try this courgette recipe to-marrow?
Courgette, zucchini, vegetable marrow…whatever you want to call it, seems to be a bit of a forgotten vegetable in my opinion. I would say it’s similar to Marmite in that you either love it or you hate it. Continue reading →