Inspired by week 9 of the GBBO, I’ve made savoury choux buns filled with smoked salmon mousse – give them a go, choux might like them!
It’s been a while since a cupcake recipe, so here is my spin on a classic carrot cake, this time with pistachios and a hint of orange. Inspired by the Great British Bake Off.
My version of the classic biscuit/cake….but super sized! See how to make it here!
Another sweet treat for you to salivate over – this time in the shape of some delightful raspberry and lemon curd madeleines that I whipped up for our Rachel Khoo Parisian Tea we held earlier in the month.
I love this recipe as it’s relatively quick and easy to make. Protein and vegetables in one. It’s classic Jamie Oliver all of the ingredients shoved in a bag and baked. Baking the fish in this way really helps to keep it soft and tender – delicious!
This beautiful hot chocolate pudding was made by Dan for our February Dinner at the Manor event – hot, rich and gooey in the middle, this is a real treat!
I can confirm I am not a pheasant plucker, neither am I a pheasant plucker’s son (or daughter)! Thanks to the wonderful folk at Keelham Hall Farm Shop, they did all of the plucking and gutting for me! However, once again I indulged myself with some light butchery! For the Delia’s Christmas events we held …
No, not a homage to girl power and all that jazz, these cute little ginger and cinnamon beauties were created for the November Dinner at the Manor event. Coinciding with Bonfire Night, I wanted to make something warming and spicy!