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my top 10 recipes for 2016

Last year and the year before I started doing a round-up of what I thought the best recipes for the year on DrizzleandDip.com were. I mean I’m the one who eats all this food so I should know. It’s always quite tricky to pick only ten because I cook and bake a lot of food in a year, but these are the recipes I’ve made again and will continue to do so in the future. They are my big keepers, and I think you will love them too. You can check out my best recipes for 2015 and 2014 if you like too.

2016 was a difficult year for many and it was a dreadful year on the global political landscape. I know a lot of people cant wait to kick it into touch. Personally it was another goodie for me where I got to go on two BIG food travel adventures. First to Israel – for a life changing food tour, and then to Bangkok and Vietnam for more food and travel fun. I was blessed with an abundance of work and potential opportunities that I have only dreamed of. I was able to turn down work I didn’t really like and spend more time on the projects I really loved. This is pretty much my biggest career goal, to do more of what I love and less of the bill-paying stuff. I worked with a few spectacular clients and hung out with amazing people. There was a LOT of fun.

Of course I ate too much food and drank far too much wine, so 2017 is going to have to look a little healthier, but in the meantime these are my top 10 recipes for the year.

I hope you enjoy them, thanks for popping by and I wish you the happiest New Year imaginable. 

The very best whole roasted cauliflower in the world

how to make the very best whole roasted cauliflower in the world

Roast chicken with stout rosemary & honey Continue Reading →


instagram moments | summer





IG collage

I’m sad to say goody to summer, but I love autumn and will embrace winter.

A few of my summer moments captured on my iPhone. Follow me on Instagram. – DrizzleandDip


oat & nut apple crumble with cranberries & orange

oat and nut apple crumble with cranberries and orange

If I had to put my head on a block about it, and only pick one, Id have to say that apple crumble is my all time favourite dessert.

Apples are OK raw and fresh, but when baked with cinnamon and sugar, and smothered in a buttery pastry crumb, they turn into something quite irresistible.

This recipe was one that I developed for the Nomu May recipe mailer, and I’ve added in a few extra bits and pieces to make it a little  interesting and create more texture. Continue Reading →


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