If you’ve been pining, like me, for a real taste of California, here it is an Orange Julius you can make at home!
This is my interpretation of Californian cuisine. A salad of fresh vegetables, typical of those grown in California…
I’ve posted another recipe for fish taco using salmon. This versions has a developed sauce which is rather like a Mexican tartar sauce. I’ve also added street-style corn on the cob which is a perfect accompaniment.
This open ‘sandwich’ was devised for our Californian Dreamin’ 2 Supper Club. It’s based on a ‘French Dip’ sandwich, which was invented in Los Angeles in the early 20th Century.
This was devised as the dessert for our California Dreamin’ 2, Supper Club.
A classic chocolate torte, but I’ve used black cherry conserve instead of apricot jam – when you add a big swirl of whipped cream – it becomes a Black Forest gateaux Sachertorte!
Get down to Garsons or your local Pick-Your-Own farm and treat yourself to some amazing seasonal produce.
These were inspired by a jar of Classic Lemon Curd, by Scarlett & Mustard from Liberty.
What Dad Cooked was invited to the launch of the new Liberty Mini British Food Hall.
I was surprised by the beautiful colours of this dish. It made me pine for the Mediterranean sun.
We didn’t eat Chicken Kiev when we were growing up – we had cordon bleu instead. They’re a lot easier than a Kiev but just as tasty. Great for kids.
With an abundance of apples being harvested, what better way to use your bounty than with this autumnal cinnamon apple pie.
Growing up in Southern California in the 60s, our family was fussy about its corn…
I’ve gone out guns blazing to try to find the perfect recipe for pesto. Well, it may not be perfect, but without a trip to Genoa, it’s the closest I’ll ever get to eating an authentic pesto alla Genovese…