my 5 top scone recipes for national scone day

easy butternut scones with cheese and chives

I’ve received two press releases to inform me that today is National Scone Day so I couldn’t resist the temptation to do a scone recipe round up. I mean who even comes up with these particular food days? Anyway, I love a good scone so these are my favourite recipes and both savoury and sweet.  Continue Reading →

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easy miso ramen recipe with roast chicken and mushrooms

easy miso ramen recipe with roast chicken and mushrooms

I’ve been craving fresh tasting Asian broth with ramen for a while and wanted to figure out a recipe that I could quickly whip up at any given moment. The base of this one has dashi and miso, which pack the umami punch, and I used a homemade chicken stock from my freezer that is liquid gold. Chicken stock is actually not the best stock to use for this broth as its fairly strong, but I was adding roast chicken to the dish so went with it anyway. Just make sure your stock is quite mild or alternatively use a nice gentle vegetable stock. Chopped up exotic mushrooms and baby spinach were my additional fillings but really you can add anything that you like. Continue Reading →

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goan meatball curry with cauliflower ‘rice’

goan meatball curry with cauliflower rice

This Goan meatball curry is a comforting mild curry dish with tomato, coconut and Garam masala. It’s perfect for a mid-week meal in winter to keep the chills at bay. The cauliflower ‘rice’ keeps this whole meal low carb, but I think it would be better with rice. Continue Reading →

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the shortmarket club new prix fixe menu

the shortmarket club new prix fixe menu

On Friday I was invited experience the new prix fixe lunch menu at The Shortmarket Club and unsurprisingly I was very impressed. Starting from now, and carrying on through winterer, Wesley Randles and his team will be dishing up an adventurous three-course menu offering a pair of options per course. Dishes will change frequently and will be hearty bistro fare with touches of flare and sophistication.  Continue Reading →

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trout en papillote with fennel and tomato

trout en papillote with fennel and tomato

This recipe for trout en papillote (trout cooked in a paper pouch) with fennel and tomato is another cracking dish from Ucook. It’s the perfect dish to adapt to one portion too, and it couldn’t be easier to knock up an unbelievably healthy and delicious restaurant-quality meal in minutes. The warm new potato salad served on the side with simply crème fraiche and parsley is sublime. It’s more of a rustic new potato mash and it’s a keeper. Continue Reading →

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