In three easy steps, this is close to a perfect recipe – straightforward but delicious. Sure to become a standby! Click here for: Blog post and recipes – Chicken Perfection
Baked chicken in cacio e pepe bagna cauda sauce – chicken in a cheese sauce with pepper, garlic and anchovies! Click here for: Blog post and recipes – Chicken Perfection
A “simple, quick dish of chicken with olives, cherry tomatoes and lemon. It takes just 5 minutes to prepare, then you set and forget in the oven”! Click here for: Blog post and recipes – Chicken Perfection
Published in 1979, Marbella developed somewhat of a cult following. A ground breaking recipe for chicken marinated in a mixture that included vinegar, prunes, olives and capers, then baked sprinkled with brown sugar.! Click here for: Blog post and recipes – Chicken Perfection
There are various types of flat breads, such as pitta breads, roti and tortillas, that can give lovely results for homemade pizzas and with a nice crisp base! Click here for: Blog post – Flat bread pizzas
Tartiflette is a deliciously rich gratin of potato, bacon and cheese. Its key ingredient is Reblochon, a soft rind cheese made in the Savoie! Click here for: Blog post – Tartiflette
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!
This Basque version of cheesecake doesn’t have a crumbed biscuit (cookie) base so it is easier to make. It is cooked at high heat and thus tends to come out rather browned but it has an appealing creamy centre! Click here for: Blog post – Lockdown Tryouts – Eggs!
The buckle cake is a North American recipe which calls for lots of fruit – lots! While berries are typically used, other fruits can be substituted! Click here for: Blog post – Rhubarb and Strawberry Buckle Cake
Their ham and cheese sandwich, which came topped with a fried egg, was so impressive and memorable! Click here for: Blog post – Toastie