Monthly Archives: November 2015

A very special Rich Fruit cake

This is an easy fruit cake to make, taking minutes to mix together once the fruits have been soaked. It has bags of flavour, with a nice level of spice and little bursts of brandy in the many dried fruits inside. This fruit cake is suitable for any time of the year, not just at Christmas. Whilst I […]

Stem Ginger & lime cake

This cake always gives me a great sense of comfort each time I make it. The sweet heat of the ginger and the zingy lime work together effortlessly. The sponge is sticky (which is absolutely what you want in a ginger cake) but it is not too dense. There is a real punch flavour-wise with the spices, […]

Walnut & raisin “tear and share” bread centrepiece with melted Brie

Cheese, bread, walnuts and apple: great culinary bed-fellows that revel in their modesty! While this particular bread arrangement is nothing new, this is my take on it, using a walnut and raisin bread, with the bread roll component filled with a sharp apple chutney. However, even just a few piece of chopped apples or pears as a […]

My take on Bourbon biscuits – with mocha ganache & caramelised sugar

A bourbon biscuit is one of my favourite biscuits, but I had never made them fully before. What I crave in a bourbon biscuit is: a very crisp biscuit (it has to be crisp) a nice chocolate flavour through both the biscuit and the filling and  “something else” flavour-wise that makes it not just a chocolate biscuit! And I […]

Blackcurrant & raspberry éclairs

It is never less than a joy to eat a crisp éclair that is filled with a well-flavoured centre and topped with a sticky icing! While chocolate éclairs should never be turned down, fruity éclairs are delightful to eat. Using fruit from the freezer, I decided to make a batch of blackcurrant and raspberry éclairs: they are filled with a […]

Spiced smoked cod & fennel tart

This is a lightly spiced tart with rich, smoky cod and the subtle aniseed flavour of fennel. It is very much a comfort-eat and makes a satisfying light meal served warm or cold. About this recipe This is a variation on my kedgeree-style tart that I was so proud to have been selected by BBC […]

Treacle tart with a hint of orange

For me, a treacle tart is the epitome of comfort food, especially with the nights drawing in and the temperature outside dropping of an evening! This rich, sticky tart has just a hint of orange in both the pastry and the filling, and is a version of a recipe I have been making for decades. It has a […]

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