Buttermilk adds an incredible texture to anything that is baked and the cake crumb is lighter. This is a dense and moist cake and a small slice served with Greek yoghurt and slices of citrus also an incredible dessert.
‘This is a perfect light pasta dish for the summer prepared in the same amount of time it takes to cook the pasta’ 500g linguine salt for pasta water For the sauce: 1 cup reserved pasta water 150g lambs lettuce 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon lemon zest 2 tablespoons lemon juice 200g ricotta 75g parmesan Lemon Pepper to season To Serve: Freshly grated … Read More Lemon Ricotta Linguine with Lamb’s Lettuce
Celebrity Chef Peter Dacoutrous , a good friend of mine handcrafted this beautiful crib…. Getting ready for Christmas makes us excited and a good part of the preparations are connected with food. Christmas is all about food and eating. I had a number of requests to suggest alternatives to the main turkey roast and I spent a day with Amon at Le Meridien planning … Read More Amon’s Christmas tips ! A happy Christmas………
Those who follow my blog know about my passion for making all sorts of condiments, chutneys and jams using local fruits and vegetables. I get enormous pleasure out of cutting the fruit myself and producing these preserves that have virtually no carbon footprint. And how can you beat the freshness and purity of pesticide-free fruit that goes from the tree straight into the pan … Read More From an island bursting with sunshine in the Fall, a very moist lemon coconut tray cake….
I am usually in the mood for baking on a Sunday, something for tea time at home. Sunday is very much a family day on the island, gatherings, tea time visits and lots of catching up. Catholicism is deep rooted and this is an island where religion remains part of everyday life with over 350 churches in a small space. The older generation are … Read More Gluten free Polenta Drizzle Cake with Mediterranean lemons …..divine….