Turkey Masala To Tinkle Your Taste BudsOne of the plus points of cooking with pre-loved ingredients is that it doesn’t take too long, well that because the food is already cooked – obviously. Ok, so you have made a big Christmas dinner with all the trimmings... READ BLOG
Tandoori Ch-T-Turkey Anyone?
This week I want to talk about the festival that many of us look forward all year - yes, Christmas. I know that we are living in unprecedented times and the festivities for celebrating Christmas will not be the same this year but at the risk of repeating myself...
My Winter One Pot Wonder
The clocks went back last weekend and for me that definitely signifies the end of summer. Sometimes, when the sun shines, I kid myself that it is still summer but the carpet of golden crisp leaves under my feet and the nip in the air are a dead giveaway.
Pretty In Pink
'Pretty In Pink' - I am not talking about the 1980 American classic film about social cliques and class. I am talking about Himalayan Pink Salt which in my opinion is in a class all of its own. Salt plays a vital role in cooking, it's not the star but it helps the main star shine.
Making Something Out of Nothing
My son, Cyrus, often says that I can make something out of nothing!...Funny that because my husband says the same thing, although I think that my husband is referring to 'life' whereas Cyrus is talking in terms of food ...Or at least I think he is. 😛
To Ghee Or Not To Ghee
Just like everything else we consumers consume; technology; clothes; cars - food also comes in and out of fashion. In the 70's we drove cars like the Cortina or the Capri (with some of us painting a large white stripe down the side á la Starsky & Hutch 😛) we ate prawn cocktail, black forest gateau and wore flares.
Losing My Lockdown Love Handles
One of the best things about lockdown and working from home is that the biscuit tin is only a stone's throw away. One of the worst things about lockdown and working from home is that the biscuit tin is only a stone's throw away!