We bought a slow-cooker for each barn several months ago. Partly we were being green but really it was because, loving good food ourselves, we thought that to be able to go out all day, and come home to delicious smells and a beautiful meal cooking is almost the height of luxury.
Have a soothing bath; open that bottle of wine, and sit down to a feast that you’d almost forgotten you’d prepared in the morning.
We know that lots of you have already discovered these joys and hope that maybe some of you will be kind enough to share your successful recipes and tips.
To help the process, along with our 2010 guides, we have bought some new recipe books, including ‘Slow Cooking Curries & Spice Dishes’ with some very exciting looking recipes.
Another is called encouragingly ‘Slow Cooking Properly Explained’!
Soups and casseroles one would expect, and curries. Would you have guessed you could do roasts in a slow cooker? (No roast potatoes, though…) My biggest surprise, and delight, is that you can apparently do a foolproof Steak and Kidney Pudding! Imagine coming home to that after a day’s walking in the Peaks!
I know we have many keen cooks who are returning this year. Nobody yet has risen to the challenge of using the rotisserie in Douglas’s Barn but a good bottle of wine goes to the first who tries the Steak and Kidney Pudding recipe and gives us a report and maybe just the tiniest of tastes.
The Parwich Church, Hall & Legion are holding there Christmas Fayre on Sunday 4th December. The fayre will be opened by the Deputy Mayor, Councillor Denise Brown at 3pm. The church is open 3 – 5pm, the Hall and Legion 4-6pm. The Chameleon Choral Coir will perform in the Hall and the Legion and there […]
The Sycamore Inn in Parwich has recently changed manager and has a complete refurbish. The pub is fully functional now with food being served at lunchtime and at evenings. Sunday there is a Sunday Roast. Can be recommended. Congratulations to White’s In Ashbourne who have been awarded The Food Awards England 2016 Restaurant of the […]
We got married at Parwich Church on 16 September 2016 at 12noon so now are Mr and Mrs Roebuck. We had our reception at Tissington Hall followed on the Saturday with a Garden Party at Orchard Farm. Great celebrations lasted for 3 days. Here are a couple of photos