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Easy Ices for hot summer days

Too hot to cook and a bank holiday looming – then these lovely fruity fresh recipes are just the thing to give everyone a cool treat.  575 more words


Weekend Cooking: A two Michelin-starred meal in Singapore

I keep meaning to write a post about what we ate in Singapore. I mean to talk about all my favourite local foods that I gobbled up, but I think I will write that in another post. 995 more words


Pop Pop's Spaghetti and Meatballs

There are some recipes you never change. Recipes that are shared from generation to generation, bringing with them memories of family meals filled with stories and laughter. 381 more words

Weekend Cooking


Pissaladière is a ‘pizza’ originating in Niece. The base is traditionally made with a bread dough however for ease and time it can also be made with a good quality all butter puff pastry. 327 more words


Savour: Salads for All Seasons

Salads for All Seasons
by Peter Gordon

Publisher: Jacqui Small LLP
Publish Date: April 2016
Format: Hardcover | 272 pages
Rating: 5 of 5

In this new collection of recipes, TV chef Peter Gordon has presented a wide range of salads. 384 more words

Weekend Cooking

Beetroot and sun-blush tomato salad

A vibrant combination of colour, flavour and texture, this beautiful salad makes a delightful addition to a summer meal or picnic. I make it with my favourite cheese – La Tur, a delicate tasting creamy cheese produced in Northern Italy from a blend of cow, sheep and goats milk. 347 more words


Watermelon Gazpacho

As the days get warmer, chilled soup is a light and refreshing summer treat. This recipe is a twist on traditional tomato-based gazpacho, using watermelon instead. 229 more words

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