Bulgur Köfte (Cracked Wheat Kofte)

Here we go for another long and arduous cooking post, bulgur köfte is a delicacy that I remember all through my childhood and well into adulthood.  This is a Turkish dish but I think that is probably more Mediterranean or Middle Eastern, this recipe comes from what my mum remembers and some pointers from a few … Continue reading Bulgur Köfte (Cracked Wheat Kofte)

How to make my (now) famous Mince and Onion Pies (Part 3 of 3)

OK, here we go for the final part of the trilogy, if you have been following the series you know that part 1 was all about the pastry, part 2 was about the filling and this part is all about putting it all together to complete the pie.  I like this part of the process … Continue reading How to make my (now) famous Mince and Onion Pies (Part 3 of 3)

How to make my (now) famous Mince and Onion Pies (Part 2 of 3)

This part of the trilogy (part 1 was the pastry) will describe how to make the filling of the pie, obviously this is the reason for the pie in the first place.  What is shown here is my interpretation of the filling that I got from a web site, you can change things up, that … Continue reading How to make my (now) famous Mince and Onion Pies (Part 2 of 3)

How to make my (now) famous Mince and Onion Pies (Part 1 of 3)

As with everything there is a story behind this post, I'll try to make that part brief but then we get into the nitty-gritty of how to make these bad boys. History I made my first one about a year ago in response to a challenge at the office, it was pie day and they … Continue reading How to make my (now) famous Mince and Onion Pies (Part 1 of 3)