A very simple but effective concept that really delivers in terms of looks and taste. Use best quality eggs and bacon or ham and everyone will be very happy! Click here for: Blog post – Lockdown Tryouts – Eggs!
A very unusual combination of ingredients but it works terrifically. It might seem like a lot of work, but the marinating is done the day before. Click here for: Blog post – Roasted Chicken with Jerusalem Artichoke
This is one of our standby recipes – easy to make and a great accompaniment to many other dishes, Moroccan or otherwise. Click here for: Blog post – Baked Vegetables with Prunes
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
A delicious and very easy variation on parmigiana di melanzane (eggplant baked with Parmesan cheese). Serve it with lemon flavoured pasta, a perfect foil for the richness of the eggplant! Click here for: Blog post – Eggplant Baked With Passata & Pesto – Served With Lemon Flavoured Pasta!
Friends had cooked this dish for us a couple of years ago and we recalled what a lovely result it gave. Serve it as a “one-pot” dish, spooning over the juices! Click here for: Blog post – What’s in the Fridge? No. 10
Slow-cooked lamb recipes are everywhere… Don’t be surprised if this is up there with the most delicious lamb you have ever cooked! Click here for: Blog post – What’s in the Fridge? No. 8
If you have been to the US, you may have enjoyed a rack of pork ribs at a barbecue restaurant. The meat would have fallen off the bone, been as tender as, and would have been smothered in a zingy barbecue sauce. Click here for: Blog post – Pork Ribs Blog post – Belly Pork, Pineapple, Crackling
One can be pleasantly surprised to find an old favourite – a blast from the past – on the menu, like this hearty winter’s dish! Click here for: Blog post – Shepherd’s Pie
The end result is succulent and moist; leftovers remain this way for several days in the refrigerator and make for delicious salads and sandwiches. Click here for: Blog post – Christmas Turkey
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