This baked salmon will become a standby for us. It is quite outstanding and not as difficult as you might expect. Click here for: Blog post – Baked Salmon
An older Italian-born waiter told us about his obsession with polenta. His favourite combination was to serve it with mushroom ragout. Click here for: Blog post – Polenta Wish Mushrooms
The soup was an eye opener: something that will become a standby for us, quite outstanding; it is worth learning to make prawn stock in that way. You should try this soup! Click here for: Blog post – Malaysian Prawn And Spinach Soup
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 simple fish and vegetable dish reminds me so much of my childhood. It gives a lovely, clean, delicate result. Click here for: Blog post – Steamed Fish – Cantonese-Style!
One of the more delicious chicken dishes published in recent times. The onions are the real surprise in the recipe as they cook quickly but are a wonderful foil to the chicken! Click here for: Blog post – A January Dinner Party
A simple but excellent shortcrust pastry using just four ingredients that can be made by hand or in a food processor! Click here for: Blog post – Long Lunch
We have cooked this recipe many times over many years. It is very reliable and gives a great result, and at its most delicious if made using homemade short crust or puff pastry! Click here for: Blog post – Long Lunch