Pale creamy green cashew sauce with a background note of spice. So many uses … but you just might stand at the fridge sneaking a spoonful, and another …
Category: Special occasions
This hardly needs a recipe, but here you go, just in case …
Juicy and tasty with a crunchy top!
Here’s an easy alternative to hummus. Use as a dip, dunk or spread.
Smoked fish, mayo, a squirt of lime … what more do you want? Oh, smoked paprika and chorizo of course.
Snack time! Salt, fat, carbs and a beer!
The picture says it all – juicy tender lamb studded with nuggets of flavour.
Gorgeous crunchy golden crust filled with meltingly tender, creamy eggplant with nice little bursts of chilli, mint and lemon. Cor!
Sparkly and perky, that’s just how you want an autumnal salad to be.
The perfect casual party dip. Irresistible.
Dip, dunk, spread, smoky pleasure at your fingertips!
Lamb cooked slowly to fork-tenderness looks after itself in the oven … all you have to do is set the table.
A bowl of exotic fruits and nuts, steeping in syrup, with the heady perfume of rosewater and lemon peel.
WARNING: This creamy green pistachio dip is seductive, addictive and simply sensational.
Feta baked until golden brown around the edges is very nutty and not so salty as fresh feta. It’s scrumptious!
Luscious, sweet and tangy.
Fancy picnic? I don’t mean, do you fancy a picnic, but that this is the dish to take to a fancy picnic. Crusty bread, a few salad leaves and away you go.
Roast chicken and white peaches? Insanely good! Do it and see if you agree.
Watermelon Dreams: Set me by a pool, bring me a cool drink … and a plate of these exquisite morsels.
There’s something sensuous about the way thin slices of dusky pink prosciutto softly tumble onto a plate. Mmmm.
Creamy potatoes with a bite from horseradish go with beef, salmon, other salads …
Looking for an alternative to turkey for a festive feast? Here you go …
Fresh and perky, mesclun microgreens make a colourful tangy tangle to serve with rich dishes.
Add a splash of colour to your festive table.
Dippin’ ‘n dunkin’, sounds like fun to me.