As I get older, I’m beginning to find that I like eating things that previously I wouldn’t have bothered with. Perhaps it’s a sign of a developing palate, or perhaps that my tastebuds are finally giving up the ghost after…
An easy way to dice an onion that leaves you with neat little pieces.
A delicious chocolate buttercream cake topping with a hidden secret – chilli powder!
Last time I started the rumtopf with some strawberries and yellow plums. Next up – cherries and grapes!
A friend brought back some interesting KitKat flavours from Japan – this is our half-arsed taste test.
What could be better than a massive jar full of rum? How about a massive jar full of fruit AND rum? Yup, that’s basically what a Rumtopf is, and last weekend I got mine started.
About a year ago, I saw this unusual recipe on a Channel Four programme called ‘Simply Italian’ by Michela Chiappa. It’s a bit of a faff to be honest, but well worth it! It isn’t quite a vegetarian meal as it contains prosciutto, but it wouldn’t be too difficult to substitute something else if you’re not a carnivore and it’s a damn sight nicer than Beanfeast.
A really simple recipe for moist chocolate cake, takes less than an hour from start to finish and makes an ideal birthday cake for a chocolate lover.
Brookies are the delicious combination of brownies and chocolate chip cookies – this recipe takes a little time but is well worth it! The raw cookie dough is delicious too…