Slow-cooked eggs

September 20, 2013

I don’t think I ever thought I’d write a recipe telling you how to boil an egg. You know how to do that. There are handy little contraptions that tell you when your egg is […]

Chicken Stock

September 6, 2013

It’s right up there as a basic thing everyone should know how to make…and yet so few of us do. A great chicken stock has a litany of uses in your home cooking arsenal, from […]

Pan-fried lamb ribs in honey and red pepper paste

August 26, 2013

This issue’s recipe comes all the way from Korea, via the interwebs and some mates at MLA. When you say ‘ribs,’ most people think heaping plates of toothsome pork, glazed in barbecue sauce…and isn’t it […]

Upside Down Apple Cake Puddings

July 26, 2013

A few weeks ago, a (heavily pregnant) girlfriend of mine and I were catching up over the phone. After lamenting the fact that the (obviously comfortable) baby wasn’t planning on arriving anytime soon, she mentioned […]

Chicken liver pate with port wine jelly

July 8, 2013

Pâté has to be one of life’s best little luxuries, particularly in winter when paired with a good glass of wine, some crusty bread and cornichons to cut the richness. Add to that the fact […]

Gluten free brownies with salted dulce de leche

June 28, 2013

The idea of a ‘guilt free dessert’ implies…well, that you should normally feel guilty about eating sweets. This, for the record, is a most ridiculous notion. If however, you feel like being a little more […]

Breakfast Bowls

June 18, 2013

Eggs and bacon: best mates till the end of time. Occasionally though, it’s important to slip a few other ingredients in there to up the health factor…and also to make life a bit more interesting. […]

Choose Your Own Adventure Cake

May 17, 2013

This week’s recipe is brought to you by Alexx Stuart. Everyone needs an easy, go to, crowd-pleasing cake. From tea and cake in the afternoon with the mum-in-law, to kids lunch box filler, to being […]

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