Category Archives: Fish & Seafood

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Monkfish Curry

There’s a real backlash against “clean eating” at the moment. I get it, I really do. Just like most dietary trends, it’s been hijacked to suck all the fun out of eating and make us feel guilty. And I loathe that. However, when I stumbled

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Scallops with mushroom & black pudding mash

I love dark nights and even darker mornings. I love scarves and boots and winter coats. I love rainy weekends, hot baths, mulled wine, and early nights with a hot water bottle. What I don’t bloody love is Summer. It goes without saying therefore, that

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Fish and macaroni bake

I bloody love macaroni cheese. When I was growing up, it was my most favourite dish. Beating gammon steak, chips, peas and pineapple (from the Little Chef) into second place. Even though my mother ALWAYS overcooked the pasta. Macaroni cheese reminds me of my childhood, which,

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Prawns in blankets

Pigs in blankets are one the top three things I love about Christmas.  My list goes as follows: Fairy-lights Pigs in blankets Guilt free eating and drinking. There are lots (and lots) of other things I love about the festive season (roasties, two-weeks off work, and  sprouts


Smoked haddock breakfast pots

This deliciously decadent breakfast is perfect for a special occasion, or just because. Who needs an excuse with food this good? Ingredients 10g butter softened plus extra for buttering 185g smoked haddock (skinned and boned) 200ml double cream 2 tsp English mustard 4 x free-range eggs

white onion soup

Onion soup with scallops and chorizo

The past few years, I’ve made Chestnut and Madeira soup for Christmas Day. This year, however, I wanted something lighter. This white onion soup was not only delicious but also looked beautiful. Ingredients 1 x knob butter 2 x white onions, roughly diced 1 tsp thyme, leaves


Salt & pepper seafood

There are very few things in this world I love more than seafood. If I had to make a list of what makes the cut in my world it would go something like this (not in any particular order): My husband and my hamster (they

Fish n noodles

Tuna with carrot and noodle salad

A few years ago I found this recipe in Olive magazine and it soon became a firm favourite in the Greedy household. Over the last few months however I’ve started making it with fish rather than steak, a minor tweak that makes a bloody good