2 peppers (red and yellow)
6 medium tomatoes
5-6 tblsp olive oil
2-3 tsp dried thyme or dried mixed herbs
Pack of herby sausages (enough for the people you are feeding)
1. Heat the oven to Gas mark 4, 180° or 160° fan
2. De-seed the peppers and chop each one into about 6 or 8 pieces
3. Cut the courgettes into half lengthways then into chunks
4. Cut the tomatoes in half
5. Place all the veg in a roasting tray and drizzle the oil over the veg
6. Sprinkle the herbs on top and give it all a good stir
7. Nestle the sausages in the veg
8. Bake for 45 mins to an hour
9. Serve with your choice of carbohydrate – crusty bread or jacket potatoes are good because they will soak up the lovely juices
Want to add a taste of the Mediterranean to a simple family supper?
To rustle up a dish using just a few ingredients that takes mere minutes to prep before you pop it into the oven and leave it to cook while you catch up with the news or watch an episode of your favourite soap?
Next weekend’s guest on Girls Around Town has the just the recipe you need and, given that sausages are the key ingredient, it’s one that’s guaranteed to be a hit with the kids!
Former co-presenter Sue Jackson, now the owner of Sue’s Kitchen, will be on the phone to the studio in the second hour of the show to talk you through the details of her Mediterranean Vegetable Sausage Bake.
And you don’t even need to stop what you’re doing to scribble them down because the recipe will be here on the Girls Around Town website just as soon as the show is over!
Sue will also be sharing details of some of her upcoming cookery classes and explaining how through her newly-launched Facebook goup, Terrible Cook to Terrific Cook with Sue’s Kitchen,she’s now on a mission to help members turn kitchen disasters into triumphs, learning not only from her but from fellow members too.
Make sure you’re tuned to 107.8FM or listening online from just after 11.10am on Sunday to join Juneand Sue…
Especially if you’re one of those terrible cooks who wants to find out how to become terrific!!
Don’t panic, you don’t need to be thinking about Christmas for a while yet – but the festival season is just around the corner and here in the East Midlands it’s time to get ready for festival fortnight!
Not one but two well-known events are in the final stages of preparation right now and if you’re into reading or gardening – or both! – mid July has plenty to offer for the whole family.
First up, from Thursday 8 to Sunday 11 July, the Newark Book Festival returns to various venues across the town…
Want to find out a bit more about what to expect? You need to join Junenext week, when she’s back behind the mic chatting to Andy Tudbury and Becky Goddard-Hill between 10am and 12 noon.
Andy will be on the phone just after 10.20am with the latest news about the Flower & Garden Show in the grounds of the magnificent Belvoir Castle.
Be prepared for a weekend of colour and inspiration for those with a love of gardening, featuring everything from sculpture artists, tools, garden furniture and crafts retailers to live music and a range of food and refreshments…
Along with the opportunity to get your gardening questions answered by expert horticulturists in the Lets Talk area.
Then at 11.10am it’s Becky’s turn to ring the studio to talk about one of the many activities taking place when the Book Festival comes to town once more.
If you’re a mum, a dad or a grandparent, you’ll want to hear what she has to say about Create Your Own Kindness, her latest book that’s packed with fun activities to inspire kids to be kinder to themselves, others and the planet.
Find out how they can take part in the event she’s running on Saturday 10 July – an hour of activities available both online and on the large screen at the National Civil War Centre – and how to get tickets to join in the fun.
Make sure you’re tuned in to 107.8FM or listening onlinefor all this and more when you Put On Your Sunday Best again next weekend!