This is great for a decadent brunch or lunch, or serve as a substantial telly snack (you know, while watching the rugby or whatever)
Archives for July 2016
Skinny green stems never tasted so good.
When you get bored with Brussels sprouts, turn them into a salad. This is delicious, I kid you not.
White wine keeps the interior of these potatoes nice and fluffy, but the outsides develop a good golden crunch. Pretty good, yep.
Peas in a soup? Yeah! Thick, warming, intriguing … oh, and speedy, and requiring little more than a bag of frozen peas and a few spices. This was so popular last week, I’ve kept it up for another blast!
Cooking pears in a slow cooker produces a perfect result – you’ll never go back to poaching pears once you try it.
Want to use less sugar in baking? Substitute maple syrup for sugar … just make sure you use the real thing.
Way to go – jazz up a tray bake with sizzled haloumi and a tangy dressing
Pears are often overlooked for novel or exotic fruit and I reckon it’s because we’ve lost the art of ripening them and we’re eating them hard.
Finally, I made it to Te Motu The Shed for lunch. On a sunny Sunday …
Pillowy mash with little salty nuggets of bacon – go on, make it, you know you want some!
My next round of classes include some beauties – slow cooking, winter pasta and rustic dishes – all just the ticket for this time of year. As on all classes, you will get a full taste of all the dishes, be served some fabulous wines, and come away with a great set of recipes having […]
This soup is insanely easy – you probably can’t get much simpler than this.
Whoop-de-whoop! Chicken, chorizo, smoked paprika, char-grilled red pepper, orange & olives … all you need is a fork!
It’s not all about looks
Making Rocky Bay weed-free seems to be a waste of time!
Green leafy things get a kick along