Chocolate Orange & Rum Cake. In time for Easter, I want to present to you my lazy boy’s answer to chocolate cake. Seldom do I bake. I’m a very, very lazy baker. For as much as I love cooking, baking is something I sparsely have time for purely because of its precision. I won’t go … Continue reading CHOCOLATE ORANGE & RUM CAKE
I’ve made many a cheesecake in my Kitchen and despite there being 4, 200 something ways to do one – I always find myself slinking back to the one method. Naturally, this method is both the quickest and the easiest (pardon my impatience and idleness) but more so because I find this method to … Continue reading WHITE CHOCOLATE CHEESECAKE WITH GINGER BISCUIT BASE
Lardon Penne. I love a good de-glaze. There’s something about pouring a liquid into a hot pan and hearing that firework crackle of the pan that makes me feel that I’m about to get some seriously syrupy sauce that you just can’t get out of cracking open a jar. It’s a very simple way of … Continue reading LARDON PENE
Coca Cola Cabbage. There are many recipes that I have taken away with me from the Kitchen of my adolescence. And while the majority of these recipes include soups, stews, roasts and British cuisines of that sort, I will never forget one Christmas being handed a Tupperware box of what looked like a syrupy purple … Continue reading COCA COLA CABBAGE
Roast Tomatoes & Chorizo. I think the time has come to have this discussion. Don’t you just love it? I mean, as if it weren’t enough that it is so tightly packed with enough flavours that I’m happy to eat it raw (don’t judge me), but it also has enough fatty pimentón oils (basically a … Continue reading ROAST TOMATOES & CHORIZO
Honey Chicken & Lemon Roast There is nothing more reassuring during a stressful work day than knowing your dinner is resting idly in the plastic comfort of a ziplock bag in the icy coolness of your freezer. Now I know that may sound like a ‘round the bushes’ way of glorifying chucking a bunch of … Continue reading HONEY CHICKEN & LEMON ROAST
Here is my second recipe as a contributing writer to http://www.yummymummysworld.com where I tackle the notion of food texture on a developing palette. Critical for the mouths of infants but also interesting to note for any fussy eaters! Chorizo & Turmeric Pilaf. Taste buds are a tricky thing. Ones palette is a constantly developing entity … Continue reading COLLABORATION TIME PART II
Buttermilk Chicken Strips in a Parmesan Breadcrumb Coat (with Lemonnayise Dip). I am currently a contributing writer for the newly revamped and launched website http://www.yummymummysworld.com/. While I do not know what it is like to cook like a parent, I know how it feels to eat like a child so I will be sharing bespoke … Continue reading COLLABORATION TIME.