The White Villages of Andalusia

According to encyclopaedia Britannica Andalucía covers an area of 33,819 square miles, so although this is our third visit to this region in our motorhome, there is still plenty of it that we have yet to explore. Notorious for is White Villages or Pueblo Blanco as they are known here, we thought we’d take the…

Charred halloumi salad

This is such a quick and easy lunch or light dinner and healthy too, as the halloumi is dry fried without the need for oil. Ingredients Halloumi (I used chilli halloumi but any is fine) Mixed salad to suit Method Prepare the salad. Heat a frying pan until hot. Slice the halloumi and add to…

Fajitas

Fajitas are so easy to cook and also as it all goes in one pan, it’s also easy on the washing up. You can use chicken, prawns or beef for these. HOB ONLY Ingredients Prawns shelled or chicken/beef diced 1 onion diced 1 red/green pepper chopped fajita seasoning (I buy this in a big tub…

Fresh Sardines with Garlic

There’s nothing like picking up some fresh fish and cooking it the same day. These are just gorgeous cooked on the BBQ, but if we can’t do this (I say we because Paul becomes chef when it comes to outdoor cooking and I just do the prep) they can also be pan fried. Try and…

Chicken, bean and chorizo

As this contains beans I really don’t want to held responsible for any after effects this may cause. This is an easy dish and very tasty. This can also be made using chicken portions as a one pot dish in the oven just adjust cooking times. HOB COOKING Ingredients Chicken or turkey breast or fillets…

Aubergine and Feta Bake

When we first went travelling we were in Portugal and in every supermarket and market stall there seemed to be a glut or aubergines and courgettes. When I first mentioned this dish to Paul he said “it’s veggie, I don’t think it will fill me up”. He told me only this week that it’s now…

Chicken and Cauliflower Curry

Curry is a staple in our household, but unlike when you eat a curry out, ours are always healthy, but still full of flavour. This dish does require a lot of spices, but as it’s one we have a lot as either a meat or veggie version we carry these all with us. Okay our…

Food On The Go

Our new recipe blog starts here When travelling extensively in a motorhome, it’s not like a holiday. Now before you all start feeling sorry for us, let me explain what I mean. When on holiday most people wouldn’t dream of staying in and cooking instead they would opt to eat out to get away from…

Over the border to Spain

The border town of Ayamonte was our first overnight stop in Spain. The small white washed town bordering the Guadiana River has a compact centre that can be easily explored in a couple of hours. It has obviously seen some backlash from Spain’s financial hardship as there are numerous shops empty with boards in for…

More of the Algarve Quarteira and Faro

Having travelled the Algarve previously both on holiday and in our motorhome, not willing to sound ungrateful, but this time around has felt a little underwhelming. Don’t get me wrong the coast is still beautiful and has some stunning beaches, but for us most of it is ground we have trodden before, so maybe that’s…