Well, that’s enough about cookbooks for now. Prepare Ahead – Christmas Feast – Part Two will hopefully help you to to prepare ahead for your Christmas Feast, this time with nibbles, biscuits, sauces, desserts etc. The more we can prepare ahead, the more relaxed we’ll be on the special day. So back to work. But […]
Pudding & Dessert recipes
Irresistible Apple Recipe Isn’t it strange that when I was looking for Christmas recipes to make ahead, I just chanced upon this irresistible apple recipe that I, for one, was not able to resist. Why, you ask? Because it looks fairly easy to make, and looks exceptionally ‘yummy’, especially when partnered with thick cream or […]
Prepare for Christmas (Recipes) – Part One It’s that time of year again, friends. Time to Prepare for Christmas, to try and think ahead and find fun recipes to either enjoy now, freeze ahead or save for nearer to Christmas. I confess I have left it a bit late this year – I recently had […]
Autumnal Recipes – Part Two Enough of kitchens for now – back to Autumnal Recipes – Part Two. As the nights are now drawing in earlier on the East Coast of Yorkshire, and the log burner is lit about 4.45pm to warm up our lounge, I feel the need for more comfort food. There is […]
I’m amazed its time for Autumnal Recipes again.
A Cake for Easter? I was just searching for something that looked luscious and different, a cake for Easter, and found this fantastic one on a site by Great British Chefs, from Food Urchin. It’s called Revani, a Greek Semolina Cake, and looks perfect to share with family and friends. We’ve been gardening like mad, […]
Honeycomb Recipe These few days between Christmas and the New Year are, for some people, the chance to have a few days off work and do the sort of things they don’t usually have time for. One of the fun things I have always wanted to do, is to make fantastic crunchy, sweet Honeycomb, better […]
More Christmas Recipes Christmas is fast approaching, and I’ve been trying to find more Christmas recipes to tempt our tastebuds. The first one is a slightly unusual but easy starter, Mulled Wine Pears with a Roquefort Dressing, which sounds spicy and warm, with the creamy richness of Roquefort cheese making this a very different starter. […]
It’s 5.45am, and I’m trying to decide what Bank Holiday Recipes to cook for a very soggy Bank Holiday – it’s a choice between Chicken Traybake, Flambeed Chicken with Asparagus or a Chunky Apple, Raisin, Walnut & Cider cake to keep us warm. Maybe make them all?
Party Time Food for sharing with family and friends – finger food, buffet food – food to prepare ahead.