Simple to cook and just as delicious, if not more so, than any Chinese takeaway.
This is delicious and the tarragon really adds to the flavour. Serve with fresh runner beans, caramelised roast carrots and… Continue reading »
If when you have simmered this, it is not spicy enough then do add a tablespoon of ground coriander and… Continue reading »
Some more of the wonderful canape ideas I saw demonstrated last night by Mary. Smoked Salmon on Rye Bread Rye… Continue reading »
I went to a wonderful demonstration of Christmas Treats ie canapes and as I am sure I will lose the… Continue reading »
A cut potato dipped in salt will remove rust from metal. A halved grapefruit dipped in salt will clean dirty… Continue reading »
A great store cupboard spice that adds flavour to curries, pasta and fish dishes.
A yummy economical meaty stew that goes a long way and is great with dumplings, as a pie filling or… Continue reading »
Some friends of ours have been teaching us how to make wine so we thought we would start with a… Continue reading »
This uses dark chocolate and icing sugar but makes a glossy icing that is easy to make instead of ganache… Continue reading »
Chocolate buttercream is a simple icing to make and really benefits from some coffee which does not taste but really… Continue reading »
A super delicious chocolate cake which stays fresh and lovely to eat for days. This cake does not need sandwiching… Continue reading »
I made this last week and simply sandwiched it together with some homemade strawberry jam, no buttercream or cream and… Continue reading »
At the weekend I was very pleased to win some prizes at our local agricultural show, a complete… Continue reading »
A sauce we love with poppadoms.
An excellent store cupboard meal that is healthy and vegetarian
Just what I needed today, a nice warming soup
I know this is a common recipe but if it is here it is quick and easy to find
Last week I saw a tweet from @askmollybeauty saying that she needed an “over the top” Christmas chocolate cake for… Continue reading »