TABBOULEH13 September 11
Traditional cracked wheat and herb salad
BABA GHANOUSH13 September 11
SUMMER FETE CAKE STALL22 July 11
FRUIT FRANGIPANE TART22 July 11
Classic tart combo of almond frangipane and fruit.
CUPCAKES21 July 11
Take part in the craze, easy to make delicous to eat.
A SUMMER DINNER PARTY3 June 11
HUMMUS23 May 11
A classic we all know and love.
CASSOULET23 May 11
BANANA BREAD10 May 11
GRILLED AND MARINATED LEG OF PORK10 May 11
ICED LEMON POLENTA MUFFINS12 April 11
One is not enough!
CHOCOLATE MUFFINS6 April 11
Dark, intense, ultimate chocolate muffin
RAYMOND BLANC'S LEMON CAKE31 March 11
CREPES31 March 11
Perfect pancake for eating plain or fancy filled.
LEMON MERINGUE PIE19 March 11
Crunchy pastry, tangy and creamy lemon layer, topped with light fluffy meringue
BEEF FILLET13 February 11
EASTER BISCUITS11 February 11
Lightly spiced, fruit studded soft biscuits, with a sugary crunch. Once a West Country tradition at Easter.
EASTER GARLAND11 February 11
Impress your friends and family with this easy alternative to Hot Cross Buns. A dramatic and colourful teatime treat.
TORTA VALDOSTANA (WALNUT TART FROM AOSTA)20 December 10
CHRISTMAS DAY 2010.20 December 10
BAKED MASHED ROOT VEGETABLES20 December 10
PAN FRIED NOODLES3 November 10
CURED DUCK POT-AU-FEU2 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 PEARS19 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.
SPICED APPLE CHUTNEY9 October 10
As I enter new recipes they will appear on this page.
The photos are snapped in my kitchen just before we eat the food.
Tony has to wait another minute or two!
The only styling is to make it personally appetising. If you find a alternate look is best for you then go ahead.
When you are the chef however you cook and present your food is the right way.
My aim is to link together as many recipes as possible to illustrate connections and other possibilities.
I will suggest variations and alternatives where practical.
I will use unsual ingredients and may get a bit chefy from time to time. After all showing off is what chefs do!
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