This week I have tried to tackle the Great British Bake Off technical challenge – the apricot couronne, but create individual not-so-mini versions!
Ceviche, is quite possibly one the easiest things, yet one of the tastiest fish dishes you’ll ever taste. I’ve added a smoky kick with some chipotle.
I try and take the traybake up a notch with this chocolate brownie and peanut butter cheesecake combo! Again not a very health conscious treat, but a little of what you like now and again is alright?! Another creation inspired by the GBBO crew.
A quick and filling mid week supper made with some lovely pork steaks from Millies and Tancred Farm and I rediscover polenta!
I love a good tart. Crispy butter pastry, soft interiors. Winner. Once again this week I was inspired by the lovely GBBO and created this Rhubarb and custard tart. Wobbly, sweet set vanilla custard, spiked with sharp sourness of rhubarb and all encased with short, crisp, buttery pastry.
I have an overgrown bush. Yep a massively overgrown bramble bush at the bottom of my very unkempt overgrown garden. Annoying to the eye, but come September I always come away with kilos of blackberries which is not a bad thing. So the theme for the Great British Bake Off week three was desserts and …
As the days have started getting cooler, this is a warming dish for the onset of autumn, this is my rich and tender pot roast beef.