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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…
These were trending a while back, but they were made famous long ago by Peter Gordon at Kopapa in Covent Garden London (now closed). I had them there and thought them a bit gloopy (sorry Peter/Turkey). My version is a Turkish-style poached egg on toast. Absolutely my favourite way to eat eggs at the moment.
Food-for-free and foraging is the way. A diverse recipe to make your own rosehip syrup. Full of vitamins and goodness, try with yogurt or even rice pudding.
‘Here’s a dish that you can’t really mess up, it’s a super easy, tasty, family breakfast, full of everything you need to start the weekend.’
‘After Dad’s little chat with Diana in the Le Creuset store on New Cavendish Street, he was inspired by her recipe cards and made his own version of a Latin American breakfast cake.’
‘Dad’s finally shared the recipe for his chipotle sauce!’
‘Ah a bit of spice in the morning, with a traditional Mexican breakfast. Sometimes I ask Dad to make these if I’ve had a few beers the night before…’
‘This time Dad made crepes with Joe & Seph’s Sticky Toffee Sauce, apples and warmed in the oven…’
‘This is my favourite breakfast of all time. So simple and utterly delicious, I eat this once a week. If you like avocado and haven’t done this yet…’
‘SOS meal! This dish is great because you can use up all the left-overs to make a perfect weekend brunch…’
‘Another SOS meal… Saturday morning and there’s a couple eggs left and a bunch of leftovers, what does Dad do..?’
RT @WhatDadCooked: Mmm late lunch! Maybe croutons tommorow! #healthy #salad https://t.co/ti5ZXYe8tt