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Thyme infused lemon sorbet recipe

I made this lemon sorbet infused with thyme recipe in order to make a delicious and different gin & tonic. The combination was so delicious…

The best cherry galette recipe

This cherry galette made with in-season cherries and the easiest flaky pastry is so delicious, it will go straight into the top recipes I’ve made…

The best cherry galette recipe

This cherry galette made with in-season cherries and the easiest flaky pastry is so delicious, it will go straight into the top recipes I’ve made…

Fruitcake shortbread recipe

Buttery shortbread and brandy drenched dried fruit marry together to make this delicious fruitcake shortbread. It’s slightly chewy and will remind you of Christmas. Add…

Two Brothers From Another Sea, Paternoster, with Kobus van der Merwe from Wolfgat and Willem Hiele from Willem Hiele Restaurant in Koksijde Belgium

In June last year, Kobus van der Merwe from Wolfgat in Paternoster and Willem Hiele from Willem Hiele Restaurant in Koksijde Belgium came together for…

This beetroot and chocolate cake is rich, very chocolatey and so delicious you wouldn’t know there was beetroot in the mix. It’s a great ingredient to use in a chocolate cake where it delivers on texture and moisture without altering the flavour. To make it even easier I cooked the beetroot from frozen using McCain frozen beetroot so this fast tracks the process very nicely.

I made this lemon sorbet infused with thyme recipe in order to make a delicious and different gin & tonic. The combination was so delicious it got me wondering why we don’t put sorbet into our g &t’s more often. The texture of the lemon sorbet is very airy, and I will explain how I get it like that. Two scoops dolloped into a glass with ice and gin and tonic poured over makes for a very uplifted and delightfully refreshing summer drink.

This cherry galette made with in-season cherries and the easiest flaky pastry is so delicious, it will go straight into the top recipes I’ve made this year. It’s a dessert that is spectacular because of the ingredients, and is there any better fruit in the world than a ripe cherry? Well perhaps only if it’s picked directly off the tree.

I made a liquorice ice cream with chocolate & salted caramel as a homage to the LAKRIDS BY BÜLOW Classic salt & caramel flavoured confection. I’ve kept the creamy liquorice flavoured ice cream quite mild in flavour and dialled back the sweetness to accommodate the sugary hit from the salted caramel sauce and chocolate ganache which is swirled through. It is utterly sublime and amongst the most delicious ice creams, I’ve ever made.