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HelloFresh Moroccan Spiced Salmon

HelloFresh Moroccan Spiced Salmon

Post in Collaboration with HelloFresh HelloFresh Moroccan Spiced Salmon I’m all about no-fuss, simple and tasty cooking. When I see recipes that meet these criteria I’m always keen to try it. HelloFresh is a service that takes some of the hassle out of cooking by […]

Exciting new line…

Exciting new line…

I’ve gone bananas! In my day job as a recipe developer and food photographer I often create my own backgrounds for the projects I’m working on. The backgrounds are fun to make and I got a bit carried away and made a batch of them. […]

Lemon Muffin

Lemon Muffin

Lemon Muffin Tart, fluffy and bursting with citrus flavours is what these lemon muffins are all about. They’re quick and easy to make and very addictive. Great for breakfast or an afternoon snack.  

Park’s Edge Bar and Kitchen – Herne Hill

Park’s Edge Bar and Kitchen – Herne Hill

Jamaican Smoked Herring ‘Solomon Gundy’ on Roti and Peppered Calypso Garlic Shrimp When I go out to eat at a restaurant the main things I’m looking for are great, reasonably priced food. Park’s Edge Bar and Kitchen is a restaurant that ticks the boxes. Located in Herne […]

Wiltshire Chilli Farm: Slow Roasted Peppered Pork Belly

Wiltshire Chilli Farm: Slow Roasted Peppered Pork Belly

In collaboration with Wiltshire Chilli Farm Slow Roasted Peppered Pork Belly Wiltshire Chilli Farm have added a new batch of rubs to their range: Mediterranean Herb, Smoky Pepper Steak and Black Coffee Ghost. I use the Smoky Pepper Steak Rub which complements steak exceptionally well […]

Pork and Chorizo Stew

Pork and Chorizo Stew

Pork and Chorizo Stew This Pork and Chorizo Stew is a twist on one of my favourite recipes on the blog, Pork and Cannellini Bean Stew, and is influenced by a recent trip to Spain. Paprika oozes from the chorizo to give the dish a deliciously […]

A Red Letter Days Experience

A Red Letter Days Experience

Best Western York House Hotel I often struggle with what presents to buy friends, family or a partner for Christmas. I’m much more likely to just ask whoever I’m buying for what they actually want. I know it takes some of the fun out of […]

Parma Ham Masterclass at Le Corden Bleu

Parma Ham Masterclass at Le Corden Bleu

Chef David Deverger* The thing I love most about doing a cooking masterclass is picking up tips and tricks that you randomly find yourself using at a later date. Tonight was one such occasion when I made a salmon dish and then crisped the skin […]


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Asparagus, Egg and Wild Garlic Crumb

Asparagus, Egg and Wild Garlic Crumb

Asparagus, Egg and Wild Garlic Crumb I don’t know what’s going on with this weather, but I’ve created a lovely seasonal recipe with foraged wild garlic from a recent trip to Wales. You don’t have to go to Wales to find wild garlic. They tend […]

Grilled Sweet Corn with Feta, Chilli, Sumac and Yoghurt

Grilled Sweet Corn with Feta, Chilli, Sumac and Yoghurt

Hands up if when you were a child you used to eat corn on the cob like a typewriter cartoon-style? I did, and whilst I may not eat it like this nowadays, I still like to get stuck in with my hands and nibble on […]

Curry Goat

Curry Goat

Curry goat is one of my all time favourite dishes and what differentiates a Caribbean curry goat to any other, is the use of scotch bonnet peppers. This amazingly hot pepper has a great distinctive flavour, which delivers a deliciously fruity note. However, the pepper […]

Recipe: Steamed Lobster with melted Garlic Butter

Recipe: Steamed Lobster with melted Garlic Butter

  I cook fresh food as often I can and I’m lucky to be able to get the majority of my ingredients from some of the fabulous markets nearby. I would usually do a modest shop, cook in bulk and eat whatever it is throughout […]

Recipe: King Prawn Linguine in a Tomato and Caper Sauce

Recipe: King Prawn Linguine in a Tomato and Caper Sauce

Weekends are when I spend the most amount of time cooking, but during the week I tend to fancy something quick and simple, so I can spend more time watching trash TV, socialising, reading or of course, blogging. Pasta, risottos, stir-fries and salads, among others, […]