Their ham and cheese sandwich, which came topped with a fried egg, was so impressive and memorable! Click here for: Blog post – Toastie
This is a very easy and robust recipe. When finished, you should have crispy skinned chicken sitting on a bed of delicious spicy moist rice! Click here for: Blog post – Lazy Chicken Rice
This soup is one we tried many years ago. It is straightforward to make, with the hard preparation done well beforehand. Simple but really quite elegant. Click here for: Blog post – Fish Soup
Here are some ways to make Brussels sprouts edible, including an easy braise that steams and softens the sprouts and a shortcut curry using bought curry sauce. Click here for: Blog post – Brussels Sprouts
Karen Martini: “The delicate, sweet flesh of garfish needs very little cooking, and a golden buttery crumb is just perfect, as it lets the flavour of the fish shine through”. Click here for: Blog post – Garfish with herbed pistachio crumb
A cake with a lovely texture, that is beautifully moist and has a zingy taste from the plums and blackberries! Click here for: Blog post – Roast plum and blackberry cake
The lamb might seem complicated, however, it is one of the tastiest lamb dishes you will try. The pears soften, providing an unctuous foil to the richness of the dish! Click here for: Blog post – Slow Roasted Lamb Shoulder With Pears And Cumin
We were not a religious family but our mother would always make salmon patties (sometimes with tuna) for our evening meal on Good Friday. It was her excuse to make them – and we loved them so much! Click here for: Blog post – Olive’s Salmon Patties – An Easter Treat!
This ginger, with its syrup, is cooked in the microwave. It is quite wonderful – suitable for desserts, cakes and possibly some savoury dishes of a sweet and sour nature! Click here for: Blog post – Virtual Dinner Party No. 3 – Guess What’s On The Menu!
Crumbles are the standby dessert for us, one of our signature dishes. They are so easy yet so delicious. We would almost go to say they are the best dessert ever! Click here for: Blog post – The Humble Crumble – The Best Dessert Ever?