I was blown away by a nduja pizza I had in London. So naturally, I bought some the next time I was in my Italian deli…
This is a clever way with meat balls. As small individual portions it makes an elegant Italian starter. The smaller-sized meatballs and thin spaghetti also make a fun and wholesome dish for children. Or piled high on a big platter it makes a great family dish to share around the table.
This is one of the best ways to enjoy artichokes. I got these artichokes from Kingston Market – they’re fresh in from Italy.
These Mexican-style meatballs in a smoky chipotle sauce are a great antidote to the coming Christmas fare.
Sausages and seasonal squash make a great combo. Here they are served with sage and onion gravy to make a perfect autumn supper.
With this bangers and mash recipe, the sausages and potatoes are replaced with chorizo and seasonal butternut squash mash and the gravy is replaced with a Spanish pepper sauce.
If you’ve been pining, like me, for a real taste of California, here it is, an Orange Julius you can make at home!
A delicious salad of fresh vegetables, typical of those grown in my childhood home!
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.
RT @timeandleisure: Winner of the @BritishBakeOff and passionate storyteller @BegumNadiya shares a favourite festive recipe for #Christmas!…