Brunch, lunch, munch … sweet corn fritters with the ‘works’ are hard to resist.
Whoa! Bright as traffic lights, get your gums around these.
Easy, fruit-tutti stuff. Just do it.
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.
Looking for something speedy, tasty and easy? Yep. This is it.
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 …
Think Greek! Retsina if you must (or a good Rosé!), sun, sizzling eggplant, big red juicy tomatoes, dried oregano … mmmm, makes you want to go there.
Adding plenty of chives and lashings of butter to new potatoes and asparagus makes them more than fit for the Christmas table. But why wait until then?
Forget cream cheese, sour cream or fiddly dips, just opt for labna over summer.
A little creative plating can help expensive berries feed many mouths … and it looks so festive!
Foraging pays off … make a yummy pesto from nasturtium leaves.
Look at the picture. Don’t even think about it. Just make it.
For a humdinger dish, leave the seeds in the chilli. Whaaaa!
Summer on a plate! Delicious and good for you. Rings all the bells … especially good for Xmas day.
Don’t you hate a naked bean salad? I mean, if you wanted to eat undressed beans, you could just eat them straight out of the can. Come on! Dress it up. Make it tasty.
It’s weird and I don’t know why it works, but soft-cooked eggs on squished avocado just tastes so damned good.
Succulent prawns with the crunch of a good salad, doused in a sweet sour sesame dressing with a nice bite of chilli is just the thing for hot weather.
Thanks California for helping us out over winter … but we don’t need you now. Oh, oops, though would you mind sending us your pomegranates for our festive tables? Ta.
You know the saying ‘A watched pot never boils.’? Add another saying to the list: ‘An unstirred dish of chicken nibbles, potatoes and peppers will burn.’ Apart from that, this dish is a doddle.
Bang the gong! This is awesome.
Pretty as a picture – artful leftovers.
That whiff of barbecue smoke brings them running … though these succulent treats can be prepared indoors in a grill pan any time of year.
Check out the crisp and lacy edges!
Zizz up your next drinks gathering with a bowl of these spicy little beauties.
For success with this dish, follow Luca’s advice. “Please remember that you can do this – it’s mind over matter; those who matter won’t mind and those who mind, don’t matter.”