Brunch, lunch, picnic pie or supper, this quiche is bursting with flavour. It’s a good one!
You have to agree – these look good enough to eat!
Mushroom & Gruyère Galette made with rough puff pastry and a splash of truffle oil. It’s dreamy for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
A delicious tart that’s posh enough for a dinner party, but with homegrown rhubarb, an affordable option for the family.
The bee’s knees of jam tarts.
What’s a jalousie? A jealous partner? A nosy neighbour? Perhaps a bit of both!
Rock the brights and serve this stylish pie with Beetroot & Mandarin Salad with Caper Dressing.
There are pie fillings, and well, PIE FILLINGS that are so good they make you squeak with excitement!
Pies! Give us more pies! Okay, here you go …
Cute little pies!
Tender smoky fish topped with a golden potato crust is pretty mighty mid-week fare!
Golden filo pastry filled with creamy feta and spinach is as good to eat as it looks.
Snack time! Salt, fat, carbs and a beer!
A knockout tart that evokes summer days. Get on to it NOW!
What a stunner! Golden yolks can’t help but make you smile.
If you’re having difficulty imagining how the pastry should be assembled for this pie, think of it as a picture frame. Done!
The Cornish Pasty Association has decreed a traditional pasty should only contain beef, usually skirt steak, onion, potatoes, swede and seasonings. The pastry should be shaped in a D and crimped on the side. God knows what they would think of my effort! Yum, though.
Ha! This is really just a fancy-pants casserole with a pastry lid on!
Mmm mmm. Chicken in filo. Creamy filling, crunchy golden filo. That hits the spot.
This pushes all the buttons: cheesy, crusty, deeply satisfying and so very delicious.
Simple and sublime.
Buttery, flaky, crisp … well made pastry is irresistible.
Open your mouth, pop one in, scrunch it around and swallow. Delizioso!
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