Since the April 2018 issue of the magazine I’ve been fortunate enough to write a regular feature for BBC Good Food. It’s called Miriam’s foolproof hacks.
“What the heck is a hack?” I hear one person at the back yell (which may or may not be me). Excellent question; I take it to mean an easier, quicker or nicer ways of doing something, that you may not have done before. When you see it, you probably groan at the way you were doing it in the past. For my hacks I’ve taken a different subject each month and done a whole bunch of researching, testing and generally faffing around in the kitchen to try out suggestions and ideas of how to make various cooking tasks a little easier or tastier. I then measured them against my own specially designed groan-o-meter (patent pending) to find out how useful they are. Anything from, a “pretty handy” idea all the way up to the “Christmas-cracker-joke levels of can’t believe I didn’t think of that” makes the cut.
If you didn’t catch them in the magazine the guides are now available online, click on the links or images below to find out more. I hope you enjoy!
Good evening to you dearest reader. It’s been too long. So, turns out it’s been nearly 3 years since I posted anything, which is pretty unforgivable. What have you been up to? You can see a chunk of what I’ve been doing if you like over here https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/chef/miriam-nice – somewhere in the region of 300+ recipes, plus some food writing, travel writing, food styling, videos and art direction. But enough of my excuses, let’s get back to business.
Website is all tidied up and optimised for mobile (I think) – let me know if it looks a bit potato on your screen though please. You’ll probably notice a few other changes too, there’s some illustration kicking about for one thing, and my blog posts might start to take a slightly more varied direction…
Thank you so much for all the support over the last few years, especially all the instagram fun-times. This year is going to be a good one I think, not only am I planning our wedding (happening next year – ridiculously excited) but my book Cooking Without A Kitchen is going to be 5 years old in September, so I have half a mind to do something but still trying to work out how best to mark the occasion so if you have any ideas answers on a postcard please (or just use the contact form)
I shall leave you with a bizarre and unexplained selection of photos from the last 3 years. xx