As soon as I saw this recipe published in The Guardian last year I knew I wanted to try it. There is something that is visually enchanting about the ruby red slices against the golden yellow of the fish and chips. Credit of this recipe goes to journalist Ash Sarkar’s Twitter, and was recently published […]
A delicious and refreshing summer salad, perfect as a side for lunch or dinner.
Delicious Zucchini Flowers, perfect for a summer meal.
A perfect isolation bake, tasty and filling and easy to make.
A few weeks ago, Alex and I had a rare Sunday afternoon free and we made the most of it by baking together. We made some spiced nuts, as well as a nut loaf, however the hero of the day was without a doubt this Apricot Almond Cake. I loved the idea of this cake, […]
It’s less than a month to Christmas, and I hope our readers are not overwhelmed with the stresses of the season. I love the season of Christmas, as friends and family get together. Coming from an Italian background, Christmas lunch is a feast, a celebration of the joy of family. When I think of Christmas, […]
If you love a fudgy brownie, look no further than this recipe.
Tasked with making a dessert for Thanksgiving or Christmas? Look no further than this easy, but delicious pumpkin pie.
There is something delightful in making flat breads, and comforting knowing that the recipe has survived centuries, that our ancestors once enjoyed the same flavours that you are now using in your own kitchen. Growing up with Italian grandparents, bread plays such an important role in our meals. Affordable and filling I love the simplicity of […]
It’s Part 2 of my Apricots journey! You may recall from my earlier post I received 6kg of Apricots fresh from my grandmothers tree. I made this delicious Apricot Jam however that only used 1.5kg of the apricots. With 4.5kg to go, I turned to Sally Wise’s A Year in the Bottle . There I found […]