The joy of pastry is something to be cherished; in all it’s forms. From my savory, signature Tomato Tartlet to these super easy Pear Pastry Roses, pastry is one of the most versatile things you can use. Cheryl Love wrote: ‘Bakers bake this dish from the heart; Adding pastry bits on top for art…’, and […]See full Recipe...
“Autumn is the hardest season. The leaves are all falling, and they’re falling like
they’re falling in love with the ground.”
― Andrea Gibson
A smell can transport me to a time spent with friends on holiday, or sitting at my grandma’s kitchen table. It really is the most incredible sensation.
As a kid there were few things I didn’t eat, but all of the ingredients in this dish were on that rather short list. But as we mature, so do our pallets, and this super easy dish rates 10 out of 10 for both flavor and convenience and will make your GP very happy indeed.See full Recipe...
Short rib has always been one of my very favorite things to eat. I had it first at The Test Kitchen in Cape Town a few years ago when I worked there as a waiter. One of the chefs made it for the staff one afternoon and I was instantly hooked.
Star anise is the truly the star of this dish. Though subtle, magic happens when it simmers away in the stout and beef juices.