Despite my eagerness to eat every last scrap that comes out of my fridge, I’m not a huge fan of heating up yesterday’s dinner for today’s lunch. Instead, I much prefer to use up the odds and ends in the bottom of my veg drawer to make something new.
What I love most about a hash is that you don’t need a recipe, you don’t need to spend ages prepping, and you definitely don’t have to peel the veg. It’s just a case of chopping equal sized cubes of whatever you fancy, and either frying in a pan or roasting in an oven. Simples!
Most people know that Carmarthenshire is full of timeless landscapes, quirky character and breathtaking scenery. But alongside the sweeping countryside vistas, epic coastlines and charming towns, there is a thriving food and drink scene just waiting to be explored.
If you’re passionate about feasting on delicious food and drink with a traceable provenance, add this delicious corner of the country to the top of your list.
A couple of weeks ago, I spent a couple of days chilling out in the most idyllic location; holed up in an old, crooked (but exceptionally gorgeous) riverside cottage in a tiny village in South West Wales.
Get your diary out before you read this post, you’re gonna want to book a weekend here ASAP!
I recently spent a couple of nights in Hamburg, with my hotel stay and activities arranged courtesy of the Come To Hamburg blogger outreach program. This is where I ate, drank, played and stayed in one of the coolest cities on earth.