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Sweet (5): Coconut, almond and blueberry cake

This is honestly one of the easiest cakes you will ever bake. It took me less than 10 minutes to incorporate the ingredients and carefully put the tin into the oven. 318 more words

Jerusalem (3): Beef meatballs with broad beans and lemon

This dish taught me a valuable lesson to read a recipe not once, but twice. I made a few big mistakes: shelling all the broad beans, forgetting to buy dill and capers, substituting the brown onion for a half a red onion that was in the fridge, and hoping that panko breadcrumbs would be a suitable alternative to the breadcrumbs called for in the recipe. 502 more words

Louise Cake

Once again we’re adapting a recipe from Ottolenghi and Goh’s Sweet. They in turn have been inspired by the traditional Louise cake from New Zealand, which is a slice with a cake layer topped with raspberry jam and a coconut meringue. 546 more words


Sweet (4): Chocolate chip and pecan cookies

I love chocolate chip cookies – I have made a few in my time. Recently I defied the logic of my challenge by cooking a recipe not in a cookbook I own –  Alison Roman’s… 556 more words

Strawberry season!!!!!

While I am very tempted to simply type a very meaningful mmmmmmmmmm as the body of this post and leave it at that, I do have a few things to say (ugh). 645 more words


Jerusalem (2): Chermoula Aubergine with Bulgar and Yoghurt

It is not often that the dish I cook looks like the photo in the cookbook. To say I was happy with it would be an understatement. 352 more words

Bourbon and Maple Glazed Pork Ribs with Smoked Corn Salad

This week we continued to draw inspiration from Yotam Ottolenghi & Ramael Scully’s Nopi cookbook. As always, we were inspired by the flavours these chefs use, and this recipe contained a new technique for us, smoking the corn. 698 more words

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