Forget Roast Chicken or Beef, it’s all about Duck. Duck legs are easy to get hold of and give the traditional Sunday Roast a cracking change-up. Decide between yourselves what the trimmings should be; I’m personally a Yorkshire Pud with any meat kind of gal and usually team mine with roast tatties, parsnips, asparagus / broccoli, red cabbage and pigs in…
An absolute doddle to whip up but packed full of flavour. Team with a beer, fries and a crisp green salad for a winning Summer burger.
Why not try and make a more fridge-friendly and healthy version of a firm favourite on the Chinese takeaway menu.
If you’re after an Easter treat of the non-chocolate variety I have the answer! Carbonara ( and real carbonara FYI, no cream please) twirled into birds nests with an oozy egg yolk in the middle. A lovely treat for the Easter weekend and bank holiday.
Turn the ordinary Sunday Roast chicken into something fragrant, spicy and packed with flavour. Team with a crisp green salad and a super cold glass of white wine for a fuss-free but delicious lunch.
In homage to Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day here’s a video to my Peanut butter and carrot dog biscuits for Tastemade UK featuring my very own pup, Darcey the Dachshund.
Make this light but festive flatbread on Boxing day to tackle some of the leftovers. Perfect as a light lunch with a salad or cut into slices as a canapé.
Here we are. It’s that time of year – the ‘what do you get the person who’s got everything?’ and ‘oh gawd, we need to buy a present for the in-laws’ time of year. My problem this year, is the latter. And so, when Ryvita challenged me to create a festive gift hamper around a selection of Ryvita Thins, I thought ‘Game…
The Classic and comforting Creme Brûlée gets a festive makeover with flavours of Mulled Wine. Easy to prepare and can be done the day before this is a perfect alternative to Christmas pudding on the big day.
There’s nothing quite like the smell of gingerbread in the oven to get you in the festive spirit. My gingerbread mittens are super easy to create and make the for the most perfect Christmas sweet treat or tree decoration. If you’re turning them into a hanging decoration, simply make a hole in the gingerbread as soon as they come out…