Le Menu de Catherine



Cornwall, we love you.

When you pass the sign saying 'Welcome to Cornwall', you can't help but feel that everything from that moment until you leave is going to be alright, and you'd be right to think that because you've actually entered a bubble... Continue Reading →


New Home!

I am all levels of Leslie Nope enthusiasm this week, because we went and moved house, hooray! I don’t know how, but it was up there with one of the most stress-free moves in the history of all time, Loums’... Continue Reading →

Mauritian Poulet au Miel

Loums is half-Mauritian on his mother’s side and as some of you know, last year I went on my first holiday with actual beaches so pretty it makes you want to cry, last year with Loums to chill the eff... Continue Reading →

Where’d You Go, Catherine?

I have been absent of late, this has been for the following 3 reasons: 1) Biggest one first: We have found a new apartment! Hoorah! This has therefore meant that I have been using up my leftovers which have been... Continue Reading →

Le Menu Anglais: Joyeuse Pâques!

For our part, we are not a terribly religious family however, like Christmas it is a wonderful reason to get the family together (which happens twice a year nowadays) and have a great meal. This was one of such times.... Continue Reading →

Le Menu Anglais: Cod and Chrorizo Stew

On Friday, 5th May, I hopped on a plane back to the land of rolling hills and fish and chips for an Easter weekend of hugging my family and friends’ rainbow-coloured guts out. While that image is fresh in your... Continue Reading →

Sunday Lunch – Roast Pork

My Sunday lunches vary, but it always surrounds the idea that I’m cooking something which I really want to take my time over, but a roast, that’s really something for Sunday! I’ve cooked roasts around times when I’ve especially missed... Continue Reading →

Pak Choi.

  Pak Choi. Fun to say, Fun to look at, Friend of ginger, but not of Fred. ♥

Honey Honey How You Thrill Me (Ah-ha)

  Wasn't Abba just great? As our bumbling Winnie-the-Pooh once said "A day without a friend is like a pot without a single drop of honey left inside." If there comes a day where I will not encounter a single... Continue Reading →

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