It may not sound very glamorous, but it’s true nonetheless, although it has to be clarified that I didn’t actually make soup in my dressing gown, but rather in a pot …
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Freekeh freak-out! Traffic light bright!
No freekeh? Use burghul or couscous … just get cooking them.
You know these are going to taste spectacular … so get on to them!
Though it seems just like yesterday, it was in fact 40 years ago that I spent a week walking the hills of Crete.
A striking memory is the aromatic scents that rose all around us as we crushed wild thyme and oregano underfoot. The oregano was ‘rigani’, origanum vulgare (hirtum). Bit of a gob-full, I suppose, but the last name (hirtum) is pretty important.
Tomatoes are a fruit right? Yep. So, why not team them with fruit? Like blackboy peaches. And white nectarines…
Aunt Ruby’s German Green – shock your auntie with a smattering of jalapeno and white nectarine on a bed of sliced green tomatoes
Big Rainbow – Bring on the blackboy peaches … this salad is looking nice and gay!
Thessanoliki – Greek …
Deep dark mysterious tomatoes from the Crimea meet sticky black garlic from New Zealand. Wham! Love at first bite!
Bring on the blackboy peaches … this salad is a sensation!
Oh-la-la French heirlooms to ignite the palate!
Rocking those colours of the Italian flag!
Aunt Ruby’s German Green – shock your auntie with a smattering of jalapeno and white nectarine on a bed of sliced green tomatoes.
Tigerella tomatoes – tame the stripes and stick these ones onto char-grilled sundried sourdough bread for a feastette.
Check out the new classes for March – they’ll whet your appetite for the exotic.
When I say ‘best-ever’, I mean BEST EVER poached plums. Oh yeah!
Corn doused with lemon-infused oil and imbued with a hint of smoke is downright delicious. Get on to it!
Caesar Salad? I’m doing it my way!
Cinnamon is slightly sweet, slightly earthy and slightly hot
Lamb burgers tanked up with red wine, feta and spices taste pretty good big or small.
Sticky, sweet, lemony-tart, and simply too hard to resist.
Best tray-bake ever. Here’s how to do it …
Gorgeously succulent, lean and tasty. Yeah!
Understand the magic of allspice … it can add layers of flavour to savoury and sweet dishes.
Bright and in your face – yep, that’s where you want this salad!
Pretty, summery, fresh and so moreish, a Rosé spritzer will see you drink less alcohol but have double the fun!
Chill out with a jug of icy mint & lemon water
Shared Kitchen is set to shine during February: Cooking classes galore!