An amazing feature of this recipe is that when you make the batter it looks like the cake has been made from raspberries! Click here for: Blog post – Beetroot – Salads, two Dips, one Cake!
Two delicious beetroot dips: one with apple and sour cream; another with za’atar and pomegranate molasses! Click here for: Blog post – Beetroot – Salads, two Dips, one Cake!
Today I still follow Mum’s basic technique, but with modern modifications. Then they are ready to be served as is or in some wonderful combination: green leaves, roast pumpkin, goats’ cheese, feta, ….! Click here for: Blog post – Beetroot – Salads, two Dips, one Cake!
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
This recipe was given to us many years ago by a Danish friend after a Greek cooking course. The olive oil and lemon provide the hints of Greek cooking! Click here for: Blog post – A January Dinner Party
These have a lovely smokey flavour. Peel back the husks, spray with oil, re-cover with the husks then pop on the grill! Click here for: Blog post – Australia Day Barbecue
Is this the best ever chicken recipe? One reviewer wrote that the recipe alone was worth the price of the whole cookbook! Click here for: Blog post – Australia Day Barbecue
The dish is made in two stages: one is cooking the pumpkin to soften; the other is creating a tempered spice mix that is added at serving time and which elevates the dish to a way new level of deliciousness! For the blog post, click here – Kerala Cuisine
My mother, Olive, would make scones reasonably often. She used the “old fashioned” way of rubbing butter into the flour and she used to cook them in her wood-fired cast iron stove! For the recipe, click here – Scones, Jam and Cream
For as long as I could remember, George would cook up something on a rainy day. If there was a surfeit of vegetables around he would make a batch of his soup! For the recipe, click here – Soup and Sand Wedges