This is loosely modelled on a typical salad you might find around Nice … but there’s a bit of a leap of faith here.
Oh yeah, squish on bread by all means.
Ilaria’s got it just right: A sprinkle of mint, a dusting of sumac … smells like summer.
Brightly coloured jellied seeds of tomatoes twinkling like jewels, wafts of basil as if you have just crushed a meadow of carnations underfoot … and the bright fresh note of lemon rising to fill the nostrils … Add some gorgeous avocado to the mix and you have the essence of summer. You can make a […]
Eggs and avocados, an unlikely combination, and for breakfast? Whaaa? (That’s hands in the air screaming whaaaaattt?) It really didn’t ring my bell until I tried it, but now I am hooked. I’ve made a few adjustments, as you do. I can’t eat it for breakfast, as it is too rich, too filling, just too […]
You can water the garden while this is cooking or fix a nice drink and do a crossword puzzle. It’s easy living, mid-week munching, not a cooking competition.
What to do with zucchini? Fry it, add garlic, splash it with sherry vinegar … you get the idea.
If you get a whiff of this cooking, you’ll come running … succulent chicken, watermelon, feta, lemon & mint … a right tempter!
A spectacular tumble of corn and avocado … just thinking about it makes me go want to eat it all over again.
Poke a stick at zucchini, load them with flavour, and, yeah you’ll see they’re delicious.
A salad fit for a King – truly!
Brunch, lunch, munch … sweet corn fritters with the ‘works’ are hard to resist.
Whoa! Bright as traffic lights, get your gums around these.
Serve with fried eggs and salad, or take the pan outside, sit somewhere private and eat the lot yourself.
Oh-er, would you look at that. Prime lamb, quick to cook and quickly gobbled up.
Golden chicken with a ricotta stuffing is hard to resist.
It’s probably not kosher to snip noodles with scissors – long noodles represent long life in China – but it sure makes eating cellophane noodles a lot easier! So, snip, snip …
This is a go-to dish for me when I want a knock-your-socks-off impressive dish. Works every time.
Give you Christmas day roasties a shake up with thyme, preserved lemon and a tangy dressing!
Delicious anytime, but special enough for a festive meal.
Pavarotti loved this so much, he asked me for the recipe. True!
Gloriously fudgy in texture, new season jersey benne potatoes are worth getting excited about.
Look at the picture. Don’t even think about it. Just make it.
For a humdinger dish, leave the seeds in the chilli. Whaaaa!
Crunchy crackling is a gift from the gods. Don’t think about it as being naughty – I mean, how can it be when it gives you so much pleasure!