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One hungry girl goes beyond the Balti Triangle to deliver a comprehensive compendium of Birmingham's finest feeding-and-watering holes. From restaurants to pubs and from markets to cafes, I'll eat there then tell you about it.

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Latest Blog Posts for Fed and Watered

  • Girly flapjacks for WillI’m lucky enough to work opposite a Philpott’s shop – a posh (and vastly overpriced) sandwich makers who also do breakfasts. Usually mine’s two slices of brown toast with real butter, while my colleague Will has what’s been dubbed ‘girly...
  • Citrus Turkey
    on Aug 30, 2009 in starter citrus turkey
    Thinly-sliced turkey steaks cook so quickly – usually no more than 15 minutes – that they’re perfect for last-minute dishes and the ‘throw it all in and see what happens’ method of cookery. They’re also perfect when you’re entertaining,...
  • Baked cod and fennel
    on Aug 20, 2009 in cod fennel
    Salt and pepper. Tomato and basil. Gin and tonic. Enduring combinations that avoid the tag of cliché by simply working. And, as I further my ambition to become a fish lover, I’m learning that the ideal partner for cod isn’t chips, but fennel.Thi...
  • A tale of two salads...House to myself, beautiful sunny day, patio doors open, fridge full of food.A perfect day for a sun-worshipping food blogger you may think, but it sent my plans utterly awry. I’d decided on a carrot cake on Saturday, and braised lamb shanks with ch...
  • Thai-Style Hot & Sour Broth
    on Aug 11, 2009 in thai prawns herbs broth chilli pak choi soup
    This is loosely based on a Thai broth recipe from The Return of the Naked Chef. I think particularly with Thai food it’s more important to keep tasting and get that hot, sour, salty, sweet balance right, rather than being a slave to your recipe. In...
  • Turkey Superfood Salad
    on Aug 5, 2009 in superfood broccoli salad turkey lunch
    What's so super about it?First of all, it's based around dark leafy greens and broccoli which are full of iron, calcium, and vitamin C. It's got peas, which along with broccoli are one of the best vegetable sources of protein going. The sprinkling of...
  • Last-minute pasta sauce
    on Aug 3, 2009 in tarragon tomato sauce pasta
    I'm sure we've all been there, desperate for something fresh and filling but sorely lacking in ingredient options. It's where the store cupboard comes into its own and it's how my new favourite (and simplest) pasta sauce was born. I didn't take any p...
  • Chilli Ginger Pork ChopsI offered to cook Tim his choice of dinner tonight, but after letting him loose on three cookery books he decided on “pork chops”. Not really giving me a lot to go on, there! So I had a quick flick through myself, came across a honey and ginger g...
  • Any kind of biscuit...Chocolate chip biscuits, citrus biscuits, mixed nut biscuits, white chocolate and cranberry biscuits, toffee and hazelnut biscuits…This basic Rachel Allen recipe can take anything you throw at it. It’s definitely a biscuit rather than a cookie re...
  • Shepherds Cottage Pie with triple-cooked minceIs it shepherds or is it cottage? Well, this one’s both, using both lamb (Shepherds) and beef (cottage) mince. Triple-cooked might sound a bit labour intensive but it really isn’t; you fry it, then boil it in the same pot, then later kinda bake i...
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