Garlic bread is so retro, so seventies, so easy to make, that we forget why everyone enjoys it. Home-made garlic bread is the first thing everyone reaches for at the table. Five ingredients, three steps, that’s all you need … Continue reading
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My dear friends. For some reason this recipe has developed major glitches. The good husband made it twice (and he is a brilliant baker) with disastrous results. The cake didn’t seem to assimilate the oil properly. As well the centre … Continue reading
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In 1988 Paula Wolfert’s cookbook, WORLD OF FOODS, introduced me to PRESERVED LEMONS. The dishes in this book share common elements: deep, earthy flavours; richness without heaviness; and “big” flavour. Paula Wolfert is probably America’s most outstanding food writer. This … Continue reading
This oh so scrumptious bread is a dynamite combination of flavours. The roasted walnuts are rich and crunchy, and the tart cranberries and orange zest create an explosion for your taste buds. The recipe makes two loaves – one … Continue reading
It’s about this time of year I start craving something different for dinner. I want to set my taste buds to dancing and Thai food is the answer. This quick, easy-to-make dinner uses Panang curry paste which is milder than … Continue reading