What’s for Tea?

It’s simple – you tell us what you’re eating. It’s good if it’s ‘Fife Diet’ – but if it isn’t tell us anyway – ‘fess up! This post is all about the comments – your comments – so tell us what you’ve been cooking and eating, from triumphs to cuilinary disasters…

Pictured (right) is Leek Frittata with New Potatoes Spring Greens and Parsley.

So … what’s for tea tonight in your house?

  • Admin
    The Fife Diet August 16, 2011 at 11:43

    Hi Mark – sounds great – we have some ideas on ‘make it local for kids’ from the workshops Lisa’s been running – we’ll start publishing them on the blog. Anyone else got ideas on how to get reluctant 6 year olds to eat up? I’m sure it’s not just a challenge for local-eaters but families everywhere.


  • Mark Kisby August 14, 2011 at 19:36

    Dear Fife Diet,

    We have been feeling smug recently after having had some Fully Fife meals in the last few weeks.

    The main source has been our allotment patch at the Broom Hill Gardens which is now providing us with our veg. Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage, Beans, Squashes… have all been harvested.

    Recent meals have been:-

    Mackerel (Fished out of the Forth) boiled Cabbage and Potatoes.
    Bean and Puddledub bacon salad with Baked Potatoes.
    Mackerel (Fished form the Forth again) Potato wedges, Pumpkin sliced with Garlic.

    While we tuck in enthusiastically our 6 year old daughter still refuses to really eat anything but our youngest, 18 months, is delighting in eating peas from the pod and anything else she finds….

    Cheers for the inspiration.

    Mark Kisby

  • Donna July 29, 2011 at 18:58

    We’re loving strawberries too! This recipe is great for making with children.

    Strawberry oven-baked risotto

    250g strawberries
    1 litre of milk
    1 lemon – juiced
    100g soft brown sugar
    200g Arborio or Carnaroli rice
    1 cinammon stick, halved
    250ml cream
    Oven dish greased with unsalted butter

    To make –
    Pre-heat the oven to 180C.
    Hull the strawberries
    Mix the milk and lemon juice. Add the sugar and mix well.
    Put the risotto rice and strawberries in the oven dish and add the cinammon stick
    Pour the milk mixture over the rice and strawberries
    Bake for 40 mins or until the rice is soft – I gave mine a stir half-way through
    Serve with double cream.

  • Admin
    The Fife Diet July 25, 2011 at 08:01

    Loads and loads and loads of strawberries…

  • Admin
    The Fife Diet July 21, 2011 at 19:33

    Broccoli, onion, pepper and rice stir fry with ‘Canny Cook’ wild rice. Nice.

  • Admin
    The Fife Diet July 15, 2011 at 08:51

    Chips with Mayo, chocolate and beer! We’re in Flanders : )

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