We've all been there. You buy a new cookery book, excitedly flick through the pages and get giddy about all of the new recipes you are about to try. Then, through no fault of your own, the book makes its way onto the groaning bookshelf with all of the other books to gather dust. For a change to tradition, Tonight's meal is the second recipe from the cookbook that Z bought me last week: Meze Cooking by Sarah Maxwell.
We cook sausage stews and casseroles quite often, usually cooking them with beans and flavouring them depending on the type of sausage. This simple stew of slow cooked onions, peppers and sausages was wonderfully sweet and sticky. As it was a nice evening we just had the sausages with a side salad and some garlic bread but some couscous would have been good too.