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Category Archives: January
No excuses, just a new post……Hoo-friggin- yay! Seville Orange Curd I had bought some Seville oranges form my local organic veg box scheme, (Organic Wick) they sat in my fruit bowl….and sat….and sat…..and sat….until I eventually got round to making … Continue reading
For Magali. I know I promised. At last here’s the recipe…. Beetroot, Coconut, Orange and Pomegranate Soup
More than a mere soup. This is a main meal. It’s rich, it’s filling, it’s gorgeous. Oh yes and it’s easy…. Lou asked if tofu would work in this for a vegetarian option? Sure does, add it in place of … Continue reading
I had it again and this time I stirred in 75 ml whipping cream into each portion, added some freshly boiled eggs to the top with the crushed cashews. A rich, sweet and filling and a brilliant vegetarian dish that … Continue reading
Delish. Now that’s a colour that sings to me on a winters day. With chicken…………………………………….and without chicken………… More beetroot in the veg box, so scrubbed them all and bunged them in the oven. Easy. Then made this simple curry.
Cauliflower Puree and Sausages 1 cauliflower, 300 ml whipping cream , 100 ml milk, salt, freshly ground black pepper and that’s it. Simply gorgeous.
I started off with the idea of making a Remoulade. (a simple salad made with raw celeriac, cut into fine matchsticks and mixed with a Dijon flavoured mayo.) But diverted from the original and just used a grainy mustard, added … Continue reading
Last night I got a tweet from Kerri Palmer @dancingq5, saying that she had tried my recipe for Banana Tarte Tatin in Dinner at Mine, but that the sugar and butter remained granular when she was cooking it.