Bacon and Egg Naan

Starting my 2018 blog posts as I mean to go on, with bacon, eggs and cream cheese. Seriously, January is tough enough already – you’re probably broke after Christmas and it’s freezing cold – without adding starving yourself to the mix. No, I’m a firm believer in the odd food treat at all times.

Burrata with Cherries and Pistachio Pesto

 Burrata with Cherries and Pistachio Pesto Several weeks ago I saw a post on Instagram from Sarah from The Delicious enjoying a  meal of this description. Her feed is stunning by the way, full of colourful fresh healthy food. Anyway, I knew I had to make it myself. I have already waxed lyrical about my […]

Prosciutto, Pear and Blue Cheese on Toast

I hadn’t planned on doing a “Things on Toast” recipe again so soon. However, I have had this post for Prosciutto, Pear and Blue Cheese on Toast in my drafts for some time and last week I was involved in the National Dairy Council’s Cheese up Your Life competition and had to post it then. You’d think I’d […]

Mushrooms on Toast

Two blog posts in one week – you lucky things! It’s more beige food but trust me beige can be utterly delicious. And yes, I really am posting a recipe for Mushrooms on Toast.

Blood Orange and Grapefruit Salad

I just love the abundance of citrus fruits at this time of year. They are like sunshine in the bleak winter months. Blood oranges are one of my favourite fruits and this is the perfect time to get them. I am always looking for new ways to use them and came up with this Blood […]

Moroccan Eggs

Those of you who follow my Facebook or Instagram pages will already be well aware (read – bored of me prattling on about the fact) that I was in London for a month. Hence the lack of blog posts.

Crab and Avocado Toasts

These Crab and Avocado Toasts are a real treat. You can call them crostinis if you really want to impress! They are so easy to make especially when you buy cooked crab meat like I do. Someday I’ll tackle cooking crab but not just yet.

French Toast – Two Ways!

French Toast, Pain Perdu, Eggy Bread… the list of names for this dish is endless. They are all essentially the same thing: old bread dipped in egg and milk or cream and fried in butter. The name ‘Pain Perdu’ translates to lost bread as it refers to stale bread that would otherwise have been lost […]