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jalapeño popper grilled cheese sandwich with bacon

jalapeño popper grilled cheese sandwich with bacon

Even though sandwiches are things made on the fly, where we slap a few ingredients between slices for a quick lunch, I always like to go the extra mile and make something more special. This grilled jalapeño popper grilled cheese with bacon is just such a sandwich and it’s utterly delicious. It takes flavours from a jalapeño popper and blends it into a grilled cheese that melts into perfection between two slices of your favourite bread. You in? Continue Reading →

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the most delicious dish of mussels, leeks and bacon on sourdough toast

mussles, leeks and bacon on sourdough toast

This delicious recipe for mussels, leeks and bacon comes from Giles Edwards – the chef and owner of La Tête restaurant in Cape Town. He opened this spot in trendy Bree Street last November and specialized in a nose to tail menu concept rooted in French cooking. I also discovered that this fabulous eatery has so much more to offer for even a slightly unadventurous eater such as myself, and I had the most delicious lunch there last Friday. Continue Reading →

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turkey caesars club sandwich with bacon

turkey caesars club sandwich

turkey caesars club sandwich

I have combined my favourite salad with my favourite sandwich and its all kinds of awesome. The ‘Caesars mayo’ is a quick cheat but delivers the right flavours. What better way to use up cold cuts than making a fabulous sandwich? You can serve this as a closed or open sandwich on bread that has been lightly toasted. Adjust the quantities according to how many you make.

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bacon and zucchini quiche

Bacon and zucchini quiche

Bacon and zucchini quiche

Bacon and zucchini quiche

My quest to find the perfect quiche recipe has ended, and by this I mean a proper pastry base quiche. I have more or less settled on a base that suits me. It’s easy to make, tastes great, and has the right amount of flakiness that I like in a pastry. Nothing soggy or too thick. The egg, cream and cheese filling mix is one I have been using for years, I just change the ingredients to make whatever quiche variation I feel like. I love to use tinned asparagus in it, and I also love to make a crustless quiche . I enjoy the variation I do using a whole wheat bread base which is quicker to make. You can check out my recipe with bacon and spinach – if only to see how my photography has improved since then. I adore zucchini and sort of feel like quiche is naked without bacon, so I’m thrilled with the results of this recipe. Continue Reading →

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