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Category Archives: October
Yesterday this recipe of mine was printed in the new ‘Cook’ magazine in The Guardian. It’s bloody good…. Beetroot Caviar ……..a re-post Easy peasy. A brilliant and gorgeous, magenta puree.
For Magali. I know I promised. At last here’s the recipe…. Beetroot, Coconut, Orange and Pomegranate Soup
Today I was tweeted by Sarah Taylor (@happerley50) asking hopefully, if the picture of rolled pastry I had posted on Instagram, was going to be filled with quinces? (me thinks she may have a pile to use up…) It wasn’t, but she … Continue reading
In a previous post you’ll see I made fresh sweetcorn polenta, (sort of creamed corn.) using the fresh corn kernels stripped from it’s cob. Luckily part of our seasonal shopping haul on Monday at Ridley Road was sweetcorn still wrapped up in … Continue reading
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.
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.