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These are outrageously delicious. Serve warm as an hors d’oeuvre.
Leo and his partner took Mr and Mrs WDC to Brasserie Zédel. As so many people have commented, the highlight is the steak haché. Here’s my version.
A côte de boeuf is a basically a monster steak with a bone in, or a French version of a rib of beef. But however you want to describe it, it is a wonderful piece of beef. Cook it simply and serve with chips and salad – and my no-split, light and easy béarnaise sauce.
This is the style of pork that you see hanging from the windows of Cantonese restaurants.
Bao buns seem to be the latest thing. But don’t just make them to be trendy – they’re fun and good to eat.
This is part of a series of really easy dishes – this quick chicken korma recipe takes not much longer than the rice does to cook. It’s perfect for a quick supper after work or lunch or tea with the kids.
This is part of a series of really easy dishes – this one takes as long as the rice does to cook. It’s perfect for a quick supper after work or lunch or tea with the kids.
This is part of a series of really easy dishes – this one only take as long as the pasta does to cook. They’re perfect for a quick supper after work or lunch or tea with the kids.
Another ‘leftover’ from an Easter anti pasto and another recipe worth posting.
A dinner to remember!
Corned beef has been an essential food for centuries, does it really deserve such a bad press?
Venison is a rich, lean, healthy and very tasty meat. A small haunch cooks very quickly and is a great alternative to beef.
Pete always liked my Asian-flavoured sweet glazed ham. So here is a version based on five-spice flavourings.
A simple 30 minute Italian Classic.
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…
@ThePeachyQueen_ Me too! 😊 ~ Leo