25 July 2011, Comments 0

I am a big fan of good quality meals that can be whipped quickly for today’s busy family. When my son finishes school I just want to spend time with him – not drag him in the kitchen for the entire evening.

Also, as someone that lives in a hot seaside climate, fish is always top of the menu as … Read the rest

1 July 2011, Comments 0

So for the start of summer I have gone for a nice light main course which won’t take too long to cook in the heat. It gets very hot here in Portugal from July onwards even with air conditioning.

So with the heat in mind my recipes can be cooked out side on a BBQ, the main course anyway. For … Read the rest

1 June 2011, Comments 0

For this months recipes I have gone for something a bit different from your conventional starter and main course. The healthy veg is a great light starter and a bit different, but that doesn’t take away from the taste of these veg.

With the main course this month I have gone for Chinese chicken wings, the recipe is quite small … Read the rest

8 May 2011, Comments 0

This magnificent aspirational cookery book, exquisitely photographed and designed, is the British equivalent of The French Laundry Cookbook – a restaurant recipe book from a chef at the height of his powers.

Famed the world over for his dedication and single mindedness, his cuisine is both about essential flavors and the inspirational use of wild food picked from the Cotswold … Read the rest

1 May 2011, Comments 0

For my May recipes I thought I would go for a toad in the hole and spotted dick recipe. I chose toad in the hole as it is not very widely known outside the UK and I thought this would be a good chance for other countries to give it a try.

For my pudding I don’t really like it … Read the rest

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