Blackberry Cranachan

Having just returned from a fabulous break in Edinburgh at the Fringe festival and picking bags upon bags of plump blackberries from my neighbours wall – which are now stocked up in the freezer until crumble season is upon us – I wanted to attempt a twist on a classic Scottish dessert. Traditionally, cranachan isContinue reading “Blackberry Cranachan”

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Summer Berry Bircher Muesli

I really believe breakfast is the most important meal of the day and porridge with dates, apricots and cinnamon is what sets me up the best but in summer it’s not really an option. Bircher is a cold summer porridge and it’s essential ingredients of oats, fruit juice, grated apple and yogurt are a lovelyContinue reading “Summer Berry Bircher Muesli”

Spicy Beef Pizza

During London’s heat wave I had a serious Mexican food craving to the point where I would consider going the long way home so that I could stop by Wahaca’s pop up Southbank Experience and grab one of their amazing pulled pork burritos. I had some left over spicy tomato sauce in the freezer soContinue reading “Spicy Beef Pizza”

Chilli Con Carne with a Spicy Cinnamon Twist

My old housemate Rob used to make this chilli all the time. It’s the best chilli I have tasted but in an unusual no tomato or peppers kind of way and can imagine it’s not everyones cup of tea. With the addition of red wine and cinnamon, this to me feels like a more authentic,Continue reading “Chilli Con Carne with a Spicy Cinnamon Twist”

Nectarine & Mascarpone Ice Cream

Roskilly farm back in Cornwall make the most amazing ice creams and my favourite of theirs is Orange & Mascarpone. It is so creamy and refreshing I can’t resist it if I see that flavour in the display freezer. I adore nectarines and eat as many as possible during their short summer season so thoughtContinue reading “Nectarine & Mascarpone Ice Cream”

Cornish Cream Tea

Summer back home in Cornwall can mean only one thing……Cornish cream tea’s. Light and moist scones with lashings of strawberry jam and Rodda’s clotted cream served with a refreshing cup of tea. Following a trip home I used to bring scones back from the local bakery for my workmates in London to enjoy. That wasContinue reading “Cornish Cream Tea”

Irish Cream Tiramisu

I can see a theme developing with alcoholic desserts……Tiramisu is a big hit with my family but none of us had ever made it before. Baileys is also rather popular so when my aunt and cousin came for dinner recently I thought Nigella Lawson’s Irish Cream Tiramisu would probably be well received. It was reallyContinue reading “Irish Cream Tiramisu”

Strawberry Daiquiri Pavlova

I came across this Sarah Randell recipe for Strawberry Daiquiri Pavlova in the June issue of Sainsbury’s Magazine and being a huge fan of rum and pavlova knew I had to give this a go. Having always been daunted by making meringue I decided to bite the bullet a few weeks ago and I’m soContinue reading “Strawberry Daiquiri Pavlova”

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