Useful cooking tips to save you money
A stunning, yet easy recipe to wow your dinner guests.
(my recipe and photos are copyrighted)
A delicious and different ice cream recipe
If you have a draw full of blunt scissors then take a look at this.
A delicious and easy to make chocolate pecan pie
A delicious and easy to make dessert
A delicious light late Spring salad that is easy to make.
Being a chef, I have long appreciated the versatility of leeks and in the UK November marks the beginning of the leek season (Nov-April). Besides making the obvious leek and potato soup; or cock-a-leekie a wonderful Scottish clear chicken soup with leeks and prunes. There are so many possibilities of this under loved vegetable.
In recent times we in the western world have see reasonable profit making be replaced by profit at all costs, profit at other people’s expense (jobs when they are outsourced), profits at the expense of the enviroment (gas and oil companies). Then of course you have the bankers…
De Nial is a big FAT river.
Being old enough to have lived through Margaret Thatcher’s leadership, I’d like to set the record straight.
An easy to follow video showing you how to sharpen your kitchen knives.
A friend of my recorded herself on her half broken PC laptop and still sounded stunning. Imagine how good she will sound when she is professionally produced.
The world’s toughest pastry competition happens in France every two years. This stunning chocolate dessert from the Belgium team
didn’t even earn 3rd place.
At the core of this recipe is a simple combination of roast chicken, bacon, mild mustards and hazelnuts. The difference in flavour when you roast a whole chicken as opposed to cooking a chicken breast is quite dramatic. The reason I’m posting this recipe now is a friend of mine who likes roast chicken and wanted some alternatives for his Sunday Lunch.
An easy to make dark chocolaty dessert, that tastes as good as it looks.