Rose Meringue Kisses
Feb12

Rose Meringue Kisses

With Valentines Day around the corner I wanted to share another lovely meringue recipe, which was specifically designed as a dessert for the day of lovers! This recipe is the same as my pink chocolate eton mess meringue recipe but with the addition of rose water to give them that lovely rose scented flavour. Rose as a flavour? Middle Eastern flavours are apparently going to be very in vogue this year according to my 2014 food trends...

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White Chocolate and Peanut Butter Krispie Treats
Feb06

White Chocolate and Peanut Butter Krispie Treats

I’ve been using a lot of fruit recently in my recipes and while fruit will always remain my number one treat (next to peanut butter but then again I eat it in sandwiches with a banana!) I was really craving a treat that was just that little bit naughtier 😉 But I didn’t want to spend hours in the kitchen slaving over a hot stove not when I have a Valentines menu to think about 🙂 Childhood favourites As a kid I remember enjoying rice...

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Pink Chocolate Eton Mess
Jan31

Pink Chocolate Eton Mess

With Valentines Day fast approaching I wanted to take a traditional dessert and put a modern twist on it. Eton mess is traditionally made with strawberries and is lovely but I wanted to make it with chocolate, and hey why not it is Valentines Day after all and we all know it’s a free licence to eat chocolate! From Scratch Meringues Because this is a romantic dessert I wanted to make everything from scratch. If you are feeling the...

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Winter Exotic Fruit Pie
Jan26

Winter Exotic Fruit Pie

After researching and writing my 2014 food trends article, I wanted to try as many things off the list as possible and when I first found out exotic fruit was going to be on the list I knew I had to do something with that. I love all fruit especially mangos and passion fruit but I didn’t want to forget what lovely fruits winter has to offer.   Fruit I have used a lot of these fruits in recent recipes but they are so tasty and...

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Honey Baked Apples
Jan20

Honey Baked Apples

This is a very old fashioned British dessert. Some serve it with ice cream but more traditionally you will see it served with custard, while I am a fan of both of these things I wanted to tweak mine a little so I would have enough juices without having to add anything to it in the end. By doing this I have made this a far more healthier option for you and me 😀 and a healthy dessert is always a good thing. The beauty of this dessert is...

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Honey Preserved Fruit
Jan13

Honey Preserved Fruit

I wanted to have a chance to enjoy some of the currant seasonal fruits during the spring and even into summer. I love cranberries, kumquats and physalis in particular and they are only fresh at this time of year. So I decided to preserve some, but I didn’t want to use alcohol. I don’t have a problem with alcohol preserved fruits I just didn’t want to do it this time. After doing some research I discovered that long ago, families would...

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Apple and Cranberry Pie
Jan06

Apple and Cranberry Pie

Some flavours are classic and timeless like orange and lemon, banana and caramel, cheese and onion the list goes on, one of my favourites especially this time of year when the ingredients are in season is apple and cranberry. Pie Pie is a great food; it can be enjoyed hot or cold, sweet or savoury. I love a good fruit pie fresh, sweet and actually not all that bad for you, especially the pies I make. I never have the pastry crust very...

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2014 Food Trend Predictions
Dec31

2014 Food Trend Predictions

Happy New Year everyone, I hope you all had a wonderful fun filled Christmas full of love and laughter and I hope 2014 brings you everything you could wish for 😀 I’ve been doing some research over the last few weeks to see what some of the 2014 food trend predictions will be trying to work out what allegedly will be popular over the forth-coming year. Of course every food critic has their own opinion and being a vegetarian not all of...

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