Pulled pork is one of my barbecue favourites, far preferable than any sausage. It's very simple to make and is a great dish for entertaining as it once you have it in the oven, a bit of gentle forking just before serving is all that's needed.
My latest discovery is granola, which is basically a crunchy muesli. It has so much flavour in it and has a wonderfully texture, so has quickly become a firm breakfast favourite.
Growing up with relatives in the Midlands, one of the special landmark treats of staying with my grandparents was having bacon and oatcakes for breakfast. Lightly fried and served with a couple of rashers of bacon and a blob of ketchup, it made for a delicious start to the day.
I love this recipe and it's quick and easy to make. The satay sauce is lovely, thick and flavoursome and the dish has loads of vegetables in, which I love.
Frankly, most gluten-free breads are grim, but a few years ago I discovered the Wheat Free Bakery Direct. Their breads are very good indeed...
Low FODMAP meals at home? No problem. Eating out? Possibly a different matter entirely, at least at the beginning.
It wasn't intentional, but personally I like the imagery that the title of this thread conjures up. But if you're feeling a bit queasy, then please be assured there are no tales of a terrible dietary incident on a winter holiday...
Perhaps not a natural pairing of topics, but there is a link. However, if you just want to look at the recipe for pork stew (which is lovely), please feel free to skip the waffle and scroll straight to the bottom of the page.