Breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner, this dish fits it all.
The smell of smoke, lemon and sizzling lamb is a drawcard … your neighbours will be popping over once they get a whiff!
Succulent pork cutlets – here’s how to achieve just that.
There’s nothing more comforting than a good fruit crumble.
These are seriously so good that I swear they’ll beat any kebab and falafel combo that a 1am service, or any other time, can offer you.
You know these are going to taste spectacular … so get on to them!
Baked pasta – it tastes as good as it looks.
Echoes of the Greek dish moussaka are correctly heard here, both in the name and the feel of the dish
Like eggplant but unsure how to make them sing? Try this easy method.
You got 10 minutes? That’s all it takes to assemble these irresistible morsels.
Authentic porcini and meat ragu … it can be softened with a swirl of cream for the faint-hearted.
Golden crunch – who can resist that?
Porcini have a smell of the woods about them …
Perfect as a starter, or perfect with panfried fish for a main course.
Pears and pistachios make such a lovely combination I don’t know why I hadn’t thought of it earlier. If it’s summer where you are, try the salad with juicy, but not squishy, peaches.
Sometimes all you want is a ‘big monty’ breakfast or brunch. Make this the base and add eggs, fried tomatoes and baby sausages. Mm-mmm.
Cauliflower cheese given a makeover.
Make the most of the last of outdoor tomatoes and red peppers and whip them up into a rich red brew.
This is so good you’ll want to scrape the dish for every last morsel. Get cooking it this weekend, or anytime soon.
Sizzle and stir, stack and bake … then devour!
Here’s a big pot of goodness to serve to the troops.
It’s all about that golden crispy topping!
Green beans boring? Not on my watch.
Stuff into crusty bread for an easy lunch.
My brother Pat and I ventured out to the supermarket yesterday. I’m down in the Wairarapa staying with him and partner Lynne for a few weeks. Although they have impressive vegetable gardens and orchards, we needed a few extra things. Like milk. And flour. And bread. Masterton supermarket had promised ‘wipes’ for the trolley handles […]