Pesto is so simple and quick to make fresh and you can substitute so many of the ingredients to suit what you have in your cupboards. Here are various versions I have made this month finally settling on the Spinach and Basil Pesto.
This soup, based on a recipe in the Rebar Modern Food Cookbook called the Thai Dragon Bowl, is great because it’s simple and very versatile. I’ve made it so many times with different variations so I’d recommend experimenting with the ingredients to suit your fancy or what you have to hand.
If you’re looking for playful dessert ideas this Easter, I would definitely recommend this one. It’s super easy because there is no baking and you could definitely get the kids involved, from crushing the biscuits for the base to adding the decorations! Happy Easter!
If you’ve ever had good BBQ or smoked meat, you know there is nothing else like it. In 2012 my husband and I along with some of our friends travelled to Texas for our close friend’s wedding and the people, the heat and most of all the food did not disappoint. When in Texas, one […]
On the edge of the drive at my parent’s house is a Victoria Plum tree. Normally inconspicuous, this year we were forced to negotiate our way past the low hanging branches which were heavy with a bumper crop. The plums were harvested and distributed to the interested parties. It is the first time that I have […]
As you may already know, we have worked with the Milestone for nearly a year now. They have helped us evaluate our products and have provided valuable feedback as well as shared some of their tasty recipes. Being invited to attend one of their cooking courses was an exciting opportunity to see another side to The Milestone. […]
We recently spent a day at Leiths School of Food and Wine in London. As we walked down Wendell Road we were excited to see the ProWare Copper Tri-Ply pans gleaming at us through the window on the top floor of the school. Upon arrival we were treated to some delicious pastries and coffee and […]