Sour, spicy, pickled, flavourful. Will you love Lovepickle?
A tasty stew that is so incredibly easy to make and really warms you up in the cold winter evenings.
A sweet and gently spiced bread that’s perfect for dipping or a tasty sandwich. A hybrid of focaccia and pompe à l’huile
Blinis aren’t hard to make so why do they only get served at posh parties? These ones are made with three types of creme fraiche.
My recommendations for the best chilli sauces around – from mild to lip-tingling!
Don’t waste your leftover chillies! Make a beautiful decoration you can eat in the future with this quick and easy step by step guide.
A few years ago my friend Kyo took me to a chinese takeaway in Fratton (the type I usualy despise with yellow and red signs) that served sesame chips. They must have been pretty good seeing as they’ve stuck in mind! I created my own “shoestring fries” version but oven baked them and added some chilli to spice things up a bit.
Since visiting Tampopo restaurant I’ve wanted to learn how to make my own laksa, a kind of curry spiced soup with noodles. Laksa originally refers to the noodles used, but over time has come to mean the soup. I took this recipe from my 1950’s recipe book, although I’ve tweaked it a fair bit.