Last night I made Greek Lamb Pilaf with apricots and pistachios. The recipe also included rice, onion, cinnamon, parsley, salt and pepper and tomato purée. The slow cooked lamb was beautiful but overall tasted a little bland.
Published by Bill On The Fylde
I was born in Keyworth in Nottinghamshire in 1963. I left school in 1981 with modest qualifications and as Wayne Campbell would say, did my fair share of Joe jobs. My girlfriend fell pregnant in 1998 while I was living in Nottingham and she was living in Wigan. I moved to Wigan and our son was born in 1999. In 2001 we bought a house and moved to Lytham St Annes in Lancashire. Within 3 months my partner developed breast cancer. She died in 2004 just short of her 39th birthday. I became a single dad. I met another girly in 2006. We married in Venice in 2009 and she moved into my house with her son. In 2014 I discovered she was having an affair and we separated. I still live in the same house with my now 16 year old son. I am in my 9th year of coaching a junior football team which includes my son. I enjoy music of all varieties, I love football and support Tottenham Hotspur. I work for the local council managing the Customer Service team, I enjoy my job. I do yoga. I cook, read and watch films. TV is mostly football, news and political programmes but I am just getting to grips with Netflix. So on we go... View all posts by Bill On The Fylde