The last time I made this cake (before this weekend) was over 25 years ago…but the memory of it still lives on to this day! It is down to the unique texture of this cake, hence the name….light as a fluffy cloud, upon which you might imagine angels may feast! I served it with someContinue reading “Angel Food Cake”
If you want a very easy, quick but indulgent dinner then look no further! love this as a treat quick dinner. Crispy skin, gorgeous duck and a tart but sweet sauce. Cherries are in season just now but I use frozen cherries at other times of the year if fresh ones are not available. Ingredients:Continue reading “Duck with a Quick and Easy Cherry Sauce”
This is hardly a recipe but when the ingredients are top notch quality it’s best to keep it simple! These fresh Scottish Langoustines have been more available during Lockdown as they would normally get exported to the continent. They are beautiful and we absolutely should celebrate the food we have on our doorstep at allContinue reading “Barbecued Scottish Langoustines with a Lemon Mayonnaise”
This cake is the taste of British Summer captured in a cake! Juicy strawberries, delicious soft vanilla whipped cream with a light vanilla scented sponge…amazing! Relatively quick and easy to make too. This would also work beautifully with raspberries, blueberries, sliced peaches or nectarines….up to you, as long as the fruit is ripe and tasty.Continue reading “Strawberry and Vanilla Whipped Cream Cake”
I know baked Alaska is traditionally made from plain sponge base, strawberry jam, vanilla ice cream center and french meringue, but I was trying to combine my son’s favourite desserts (chocolate cake, vanilla ice cream and toasted marshmallows) in one cake. It was gorgeous: rich french chocolate cake base, cold vanilla ice cream centre, coveredContinue reading “Hot and Cold Chocolate and Vanilla Baked Alaska Cake with a Milk Chocolate Sauce”
This is so light and fresh! Many people are put off by squid thinking it will be tough and chewy, but flashed over hot coals it is beautifully tender. It makes a change from the usual burgers and sausages on the barbecue. Ingredients: For 3-4 people as a light starter 400 g fresh or frozenContinue reading “Barbecued Squid with a Lemon, Chili, Garlic, Parsley Olive oil dressing”
This is my favourite pasta dish of all time! It is comfort food at its best. When I was a little girl I would always ask my mum to make this for my birthday dinner. It does take quite a while to make but is worth the time and effort…It’s also one of the reasonsContinue reading “My Mum’s Beef and Spinach Cannelloni”
I made this cake with my daughter on a wet Sunday afternoon. She was missing her grandma during this Lockdown period and remembered this cake as one she had had at her house last time she was there. So we decided to recreate it in her honour. I don’t think the yellow and white icingContinue reading “Super Easy Lemon Drizzle cake”
I am certain most people know how to make chips, but sharing just in case! Double frying means you can easily achieve a soft fluffy interior and a crispy outer. Well worth the extra effort, and it is actually better to do the first frying of the chips, then refrigerate them (or even freeze them!)Continue reading “Double Fried Fluffy and Crispy Chips”
Crisp buttery pastry, filled with luscious vanilla crème patissiere and juicy fruit, what is there not to like! These take a while to make but are definitely worth it! I usually make double the amount of pastry and freeze so it is handy at a later date. Ingredients: for a 28 cm diameter tart orContinue reading “French Fruit Tarts”
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