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.
A quick and filling mid week supper made with some lovely pork steaks from Millies and Tancred Farm and I rediscover polenta!
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.
Nutty, crunchy pistachio-ey treats that everyone will love, well, except those with allergies!
This past week I fell out of favour with macarons big time. Despite making them quite regularly now I had an EPIC fail when making my first batch of these chocolate and chestnut ones for our Dinner at the Manor vintage afternoon tea so I had to restart. I still wasn’t completely happy with my …
A bit of a domestic over what ended up to be a very nice apple and rhubarb crumble tart!
Never mind the Ambassador, with these cupcakes I am definitely spoiling you! Soft chocolate sponge, filled with Nutella and chopped hazelnuts and then topped with Nutella frosting and more chopped hazelnuts. Oh, and to gild the lilly a whole Ferrero Rocher on top to boot.
Who’s there? A tasty Italian dumpling that’s what!! I tried my hand a making gnocchi for the first time this week.
Inspired by the Great British Bake off, this past week I have been obsessing over making a Beef Wellington. For regular readers of this blog, you’ll know I have a love of all things pastry related, especially if it’s filled with meat. Not good for the heart or the waistline, but we’re not talking about indulging everyday!
I wanted to get my bake on and attempt to make the “perfect” burger bun. Too many times have I eaten a burger where the bread hasn’t been strong enough to stand up to the filling, disintegrating into mush and the whole burger turning into a sloppy mess – is there such thing as the perfect bun?