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Category Archives: Herbs, Spices & Flavourings
Crusty on the outside with a gloriously gooey custardy middle….Another easy recipe from Dinner at Mine.….yesterday for our Easter brunch I added a few chocolate chips too….. You can use ramekins, but I used mugs to make them in, and … Continue reading
Sweetcorn Polenta Don’t be fooled but the understated vision of this dish. If you like sweet corn, then you will adore this. Polenta is usually cooked using dried cornmeal, but this recipe uses the fresh corn kernels and makes … Continue reading
Kitchen Garden No.4 Early October. No one is more surprised than me that this pumpkin actually grew…
Look at the pumpkin on that! No really, no one is more surprised than me, that this pumpkin actually grew! I reckon it’s been enjoying the scorching few days we luckily had recently. It might not look much to you, … Continue reading
Gin, fresh rhubarb, raspberries, homemade ginger beer, smidge amaretto, mint and ice….in a flask, on my bike over to Hackney Wicked last weekend to give support and refreshment to Flossy selling her headresses on the street….. Rhubarb Raspberry Ginger Cocktails
A summery dip to serve at a barbecue…….or as a puree for a starter……or spread on little bits of toast for bruschetta to serve with drinks……or served with grilled fish…. Pea and Avocado Puree with Basil and Lemon
As I said I’m a new fan of rastamouse……This is the tested and perfected version of my ginger beer recipe I made in his (and Stylee’s) honour. As I also said this mixture makes brilliant ginger beer ice lollies too.….and … Continue reading
Pour homemade Ginger beer into lolly holders and freeze. Done. Proper refreshing.
Ok, so the kitchen garden (cough! cough!) in the space behind my front door, is starting to take shape