Christmas Gingerbread Mittens

4th December 2016By Leave a Comment

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…

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Paris Mini-Break

29th November 2016By 4 Comments

 I have an affinity with Paris – it’s where I met my finacé and as a matter of habit, we return every year to the district in which met met and eat at the restaurant we had out first date. (Pass the bucket…) I’ve been to Paris more than a few times and now like to think I have a…

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Live at Tastemade UK

21st October 2016By Leave a Comment

Hi guys. I DID IT! Yesterday I filmed LIVE from my kitchen for Tastemade UK on their Facebook page. I cooked up some delicious fondue, fingers and punch for Halloween. People tuned in from all over the world! I would love to hear your comments and see pictures of you creating your own Halloween treats. Tag @millycookbook on Instagram, Twitter…

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Cider and Pancetta Clams

13th August 2015By Leave a Comment

Clams are quickly becoming one of my favourite types of shellfish. There’s no de-bearding needed, no scrubbing of barnacles; they’re relatively fuss free. They also contain more iron than steak, are considered a lean protein and packed with omega-3 fatty acids. Cooked like this, in pancetta and cider with a very (very!) moorish sauce, you’ve got delicious, protein packed lunch…

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Hail the Kale Caesar

5th August 2015By Leave a Comment

Craving a Caesar Salad but want a healthier, dinner party worthy recipe? Then look no longer my friends … All hail the Kale Caesar. A different take on the classic chicken caesar salad opting for raw kale over lettuce, homemade baked croutons, toasted almonds, homemade light caesar dressing, white anchovies and slices of crispy quinoa crusted chicken. D-double-lish.