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.
Hangover be gone. Oozy egg yolk, crispy pancetta and a creamy gruyere and mustard base on top of a crunchy flatbread. From pan to plate in 15 minutes this is a Sunday Brunch must.
As Winter drawers in there is nothing better than a hearty bowl of slow cooked beef that shreds into the most delicious and rich, comforting sauce. Team with some super simple mashed potato and fresh greens and you’ve got a dish worthy of any Sunday roast.
I never understand why people are so keen to buy hummus from the supermarket when for a quarter of the price you can make your own, and triple the amount.
Some of you might well be aware by now that I collaborated with Cuisinart a few months ago to celebrate the release of their new 2 in 1 Grill and Sandwich Maker and it sounds like you guys loved it. To be honest, I’m not surprised for what is not to love? One machine, 2 ways of cooking. Easy peasy.