On a recent jaunt into Covent Garden with my mum and aunt, we were drawn toward the pretty Parisian shop front of the Laduree store and of course we could not resist stepping inside. What we found was a vast counter filled with hundreds of coloured macarons, little gems filled with butters and creams, of course we oohed and […]Read more "Le Macaron"
Originally posted on Lauren – My Michael Caines Academy experience:
Awesome! I mean awe “with some”. Quaking in my steel capped Russums trainers me, Martin, Tilly and Ryan stepped into the Exeter food festival limelight. Cameras –hundreds of people in the tent –loads of pressure!! Never before have I felt so trepidatious (I love this…
I could quite easily eat a pasta dish every single day. It has always been my favourite food and I think it always will be. Complicated or uncomplicated, a meal of pasta will always have the potential of making me feel content. This is my Husbands and my absolute favorite dish. If we feel like spoiling […]Read more "Flinders Linguine with prawns, white fish, chilli and capers."
I don’t know about you but I remember my mum cooking Honey Mustard Chicken during the early 1990’s and it has always been a favorite of mine. The following recipe has been cooked many times in my humble tired pan and it never fails to satisfy me. I love it, hopefully you might be inclined […]Read more "Honey Mustard Chicken"
Finally its Spring and that means the sun starts to wake up and pop its big golden head from out behind the clouds and greet us all with a wide warm smile. Blossom is blooming, birds are once again tweeting in a giddy fashion and we all put the coats back in the closet and dare I say it, […]Read more "Here comes the sun….albeit in short spurts."