Yikes! Weeks have turned into months and all of a sudden, its 2018. I’ve neglected my little corner of the internet for far too long. Things have been pretty busy round here, but it’s high time for a blog post.
This is my ‘go-to’ pudding when I have people coming for dinner. It’s easily made in advance, keeps well, takes the pressure off and leaves me plenty of time to focus on the main course. It’s intensely chocolatey and I love to decorate it with seasonal fruit (in this case figs and blackberries) for some added pizazz.
It’s a glorious July day, an English heat wave is upon us and I’m sitting in the garden eating delicately baked peaches with rich mascarpone. The recipe is from Valeria Necchio’s beautiful debut cookery book, Veneto.
When I first visited Sebastian “In The Shed” he was fanning down a fresh batch of the sweetest smelling rhubarb crumble muffins, straight from the oven and resourcefully baked in little flowerpots.
Nestled comfortably in the idyllic Hampshire countryside, West Green House is home to one of England’s best-loved gardens. Continue reading
Chickpeas have always been something of an obsession for me. I can eat hummus by the gallon load, and I tend to justify this addiction with the fact that chickpeas are ridiculously good for you. I make hummus practically every week, and once in a while I like to mix up my recipe a little bit. A new favourite is Roasted Red Pepper Hummus. It’s wonderfully easy to make and adds a little pizazz to the age old classic. Continue reading