I do love a risotto, but all that stirring? It’s enough to drive a girl mad. The good news is you can make a rich risotto without having to slave over the hob — because with this recipe the oven does all the work.
Yes, that season is almost upon us. It’ll soon be time to get out the cocktail sticks and spear all manner of pastry goods, deep fry little parcels of deliciousness and make merry with cocktails, fizz and mulled wine.
I think this might be my last proper recipe post and picture for a little while. Today I’m 40 weeks pregnant and as much as I’d like to think I’ll be able to have babyfruit in one arm and a wooden spoon/camera in another, I think it might take me a while to build up to that level of multitasking.
Beef and horseradish are best friends that hold a special place in many a Brit’s heart. But contrary to popular belief, they don’t only have to put in an appearance at Sunday lunch. Oh no.
They go a treat on a delicate little crostini too, making them ideal snackage for parties, soirees or any good old fashioned booze-ups you might be planning for this coming festive season. I created these beefy little bites for Superfood Magazine’s Christmas special along with 9 others.
Laksa, tom kha soup and the piña colada are just a few of my favourite coconutty things, and now the coconut is having its moment in fashion I get to scoff it in all manner of stuff from snack bars to juices, which pleases me no end.