"Wild Zucchinis Bistro opens in Cockermoth

Magic from Empty Fridge

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Yes it happens! Magic from Empty Fridge. Love it when the fridge looks empty and yet I managed to rustle up something pretty good. So … This is what happened: I had a bit of risotto rice left, topped it up with pudding rice then searched for bits and bobs to posh it up. Found […]

"Wild Zucchinis Bistro opens in Cockermoth

Aubergine Parmigiana

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Alleflippinluia!!! Having had this pang for Aubergine Parmigiana for days, they have finally landed in Wild Zucchinis kitchen, woopitywoohoo! They are currently completing their cooking in the oven as I’m writing this post. I’m so excited, I just can’t hide it, I’m about to lose control and I think I like it yeayhayhayhay …. So, […]

"Wild Zucchinis Bistro opens in Cockermoth

Chickpea and Zucchini Risotto

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We’ve a Facebook friend David Hurn to thank for sharing this recipe with us, “Technician/Demonstrator (Photography) at the University of Cumbria and All Round WunderKid at The Universe.” Thanks Dave! X Chickpea and Zucchini Risotto with Pancetta Croutons Ingredients: ½ teaspoon cumin 1 small onion (finely diced) 2 tablespoons olive oil ½ teaspoon tumeric powder […]

"Wild Zucchinis Bistro opens in Cockermoth

French Onion Soup

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‘Soupe à l’onion gratiné’ or in English: The French Canadian version of French onion soup … I like to believe that this is the little number who has brought the patient back on his feet and returned him safely to work today! Serves 6 4 biggish onions halved and sliced thinly Grossly crushed mustard seeds 1 […]

"Wild Zucchinis Bistro opens in Cockermoth

Love from Quebec

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One of Wild Zucchini’s half is having a little trip down memory lane in her native Quebec. Having a great time reconnecting with old friends and eating wonderful food, again!!! This morning I made butternut squash soup for my wonderful hosts: Chop your squash in half lengthways, empty the seeds, fill the holes with olive […]