Recipes


TABBOULEH

TABBOULEH

13 September 11

Traditional cracked wheat and herb salad

BABA GHANOUSH

13 September 11

FRUIT FRANGIPANE TART

FRUIT FRANGIPANE TART

22 July 11

Classic tart combo of almond frangipane and fruit.

CUPCAKES

CUPCAKES

21 July 11

Take part in the craze, easy to make delicous to eat.

HUMMUS

HUMMUS

23 May 11

A classic we all know and love.

CASSOULET

CASSOULET

23 May 11

BANANA BREAD

BANANA BREAD

10 May 11

ICED LEMON POLENTA MUFFINS

ICED LEMON POLENTA MUFFINS

12 April 11

One is not enough!

CHOCOLATE MUFFINS

CHOCOLATE MUFFINS

6 April 11

Dark, intense, ultimate chocolate muffin

CREPES

CREPES

31 March 11

Perfect pancake for eating plain or fancy filled.

LEMON MERINGUE PIE

LEMON MERINGUE PIE

19 March 11

Crunchy pastry, tangy and creamy lemon layer, topped with light fluffy meringue

BEEF FILLET

BEEF FILLET

13 February 11

EASTER BISCUITS

EASTER BISCUITS

11 February 11

Lightly spiced, fruit studded soft biscuits, with a sugary crunch. Once a West Country tradition at Easter.

EASTER GARLAND

EASTER GARLAND

11 February 11

Impress your friends and family with this easy alternative to Hot Cross Buns. A dramatic and colourful teatime treat.

CHRISTMAS DAY 2010.

CHRISTMAS DAY 2010.

20 December 10

PAN FRIED NOODLES

3 November 10

CURED DUCK POT-AU-FEU

CURED DUCK POT-AU-FEU

2 November 10

I attended a cookery demo in New York in 1990 given by Daniel Boulud. He prepared this classic recipe from his then new restaurant menu 'Daniel'. His recent appearance on Saturday Kitchen triggered the memories of the taste and experience of that day

PICKLED PEARS

PICKLED PEARS

19 October 10

A glut of pears on the tree, a quick and easy way to preserve the fruit. Lovely with a strong cheese or cold meats.


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