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Spiced salmon fishcakes

Salmon is without a doubt my favourite fish. When cooked well, it’s soft, melts in the mouth and tastes sublime. And it’s full of omega-3, protein and vitamins so it’s super healthy too. 407 more words

Main Meals

Chicken Stew with a Herb Crust

FOOD FOR A KING’S RECIPE FEATURED IN THE GUARDIAN’S COOK MAGAZINE! Click here to view

This crusty top is lighter and more tasty than mashed potato or dumplings and the prunes and parsnips give the dish a wintry, decadent flavour… 280 more words

Chicken

The yule log

Back to nigella’s recipe next year! This was way too grown up for me. There’s no need for chestnut puree and chocolate ganache when your tastes are very basic! 9 more words

Food

Salmon with butter sauce...or is that beurre blanc?

It’s Friday, tomorrow is St Patrick’s Day and I was inspired by both of those things to cook this Darina Allen recipe, as spotted in… 654 more words

Fish Recipes

Chickpea Stew with "Lamb" Meatballs

I actually made something from a paper! I’m always tearing ones out, but never follow through to cooking it. Somehow this Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall recipe… 118 more words

Food

Total-ly Yoghurt Cheesecake

When I was asked to review Total Greek Yoghurt, this was the first recipe that came to mind. Nigel Slater’s (Pistachio) Yoghurt Cheesecake. I’ve made it a few times and every time it just gets better. 298 more words

Dan Lepard's Caramel Hazelnut Mini Cakes

This is a fantastic nutty caramel cake recipe of Dan Lepard’s published first in the Guardian newspaper in 2008 around the time I first started being interested in baking. 952 more words

Baking