This week’s separated family, lockdown, shared zoom dinner (it’s a thing) featured a long running family favourite and the dish I am probably most likely to be remembered for! Here’s the recipe and the story behind it.
The sad tale of the death of an oven - a baking lockdown tragedy (that turned out to be a heart-warming tale of adaptation and resilience with a cast of local heroes).
As an interrupted family we know a thing or two about working from home, being far from loved ones, feeling isolated, spending too much time with your kids and cooking resourcefully so I thought I’d share my top tips born from a lifetime of experience! Hope they are helpful but if you take one thing from my post, just know you will find your own way through it and you are not alone.
The interrupted family annual Shrove Tuesday pancake challenge is underway. Here’s what’s involved and how it started. Feel free to join us!
Eating more veggies for purely selfish reasons this January!
The pleasures of hiding the Christmas cake from your family so that you can enjoy it yourself in January.
Exploring the roots of my enduring love for chips and pepper sauce with a bit of nostalgia for my student days in St Andrews.
A celebration of Toad in the Hole and the fail-safe recipe my Mum taught me for making Yorkshire Pudding.
Sometimes the simplest family meals hold the most memories. This post explores my family history with the mighty Spag Bol, praises the importance of teaching your children to help in the kitchen and includes a leftovers 'recipe' for cheats lasagne.
The Great British Bake Off is back for 2019 and so is The Interrupted Family's bake along fun!