the half brit in me loves a good scone. i hadn’t made them for ages and had actually forgotten just how easy and satisfying they are to whip up. Read the rest of this entry »

if you find yourself with an abundance of left over stale bread as i often do, then this is the salad for you! it is delicious and moorish so you no longer need to worry about bread going to waste. Read the rest of this entry »

this is good… sweet peppery tangy goodness.
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i love a good poached egg, its probably my all time favorite breakfast. especially when teamed with a nice hot cuppa english tea and a fresh orange juice. Read the rest of this entry »

this meal was a delicious surprise that grew from almost nothing in just under 35 minutes. leaving the supermarket with organic chicken thighs and some bimi, i really wasn’t sure what i was going to dream up but this certainly wasn’t on my agenda before i scanned the fridge to check for supporting ingredients. Read the rest of this entry »

when i make bread i make mess, its as simple as that. the messier it gets the more i enjoy it, and the more i enjoy it (in my mind anyways) the better it tastes. so here is my messy tasty tomato and feta focaccia. Read the rest of this entry »

i enjoyed the last mini pizzas so much (and truth be told i had some left over mini bases to use up) i decided to go for a mini version of an old favorite classic, the margarita. Read the rest of this entry »

i love the combination of contrasting flavours textures and temperatures, and in this dish you get to play with all three. you can make one big whopping pizza, but i like to make mini’s so everyone gets to enjoy their own sweet cheesy goodness. Read the rest of this entry »


this dish is comfort. its delicious warm and full flavoured and i love to cook it. if you taste often as you cook it is really easy to develop a beautifully balanced flavour.

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this was a bit of an experiment. what i was going for was a nice heavy yeasty flavoured bread. this bread is fantastic hot out of the oven with salty butter, with soup, or toasted in thick slices with some lovely poached eggs.
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