On Thursday night we had a quick and easy kitchen supper which was too good to keep to ourselves. Continue reading
It really couldn’t be easier: Continue reading
Some of you may remember a very stressed blog post a couple of years ago as I struggled to make Christmas Dinner for 12 without the benefit of sleep for the previous 72 hours. It wasn’t pretty and I vowed never to put myself through that again. Continue reading
Back in the good old days when I used to eat cheesecake in the mistaken impression that it was lower GI than pure sugar, and therefore ‘better’ for you, I used to make Nigel Slater’s Creamy Cheesecake with Damson Sauce. Continue reading
This works well for a light supper or as an accompaniment to beef and pork. It works equally well with mild or strong cheese, depending on your preference. I think it’s particularly good with gorgonzola dolce. Continue reading
I’m always on the lookout for carb susbtitutes that provide healthy, dissident alternatives to stodge. This one from my new, favourite cook book, Smashing Plates, by Maria Ella is on the menu tonight.
One of the nicest lunches I have ever eaten was at Palazzo Fava café in Bologna with my daughter, Polly. It was simply some fresh salad leaves, beansprouts, crumbled goats cheese and toasted hazelnuts. Continue reading
Even more delicious than the ricy version, in my opinion, this kedgeree is also quicker to cook and eat. The instructions sound a bit fussy but it can all be done in 30 minutes. Continue reading