Bannock is a crumbly flat bread similar to scones (or the American biscuits) typical of Scotland. Native Americans make a similar flat bread which is now also called bannock.
Curries (or curry-like concoctions) are a great winter food. They are delicious, can be done in one pot, can be cooked in large batches and they are a fantastic way to use up all the loose ends that are going around in your fridge.
Cabbage, and cabbage soup in particular, have a unfounded bad reputation. Yeah, it can be a bit smelly when cooked. But covered properly it should’t be too much of an issue.
One of my favourite things to do in winter is prepare a massive oven tray of vegetables, all with different flavours. They can be eaten straight our of the oven or chilled and kept in the fridge for a few days for easy meals throughout the week.
Pies are not as popular in the UK as they are in other places, but they are one of my favourite bakes. This cranberry pie came to be as a happy accident.
Vegetable tarts are a affordable and low-effort. They can be eaten for breakfast, snack or a light meal, or even as a starter. And, they’re great on the go.