So, a brief history lesson before we move onto a perfect Canada Day recipe: today, July 1st, sometimes known as Canada’s “birthday”, is a nationwide holiday commemorating the British North America Act 1867 (now known as the Constitution Act 1867), which united three British North American colonies (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and the Province of Read the full article…
With France in mind, here is my recipe for Madeleines; tiny, quintessentially French cakes which are light and airy and dipped in rich dark chocolate.
Salt cod is a delicious and very popular menu item in Rome. It’s not always an easy ingredient to find though, so here’s a great way of making it at home.
Raw fish is often a bit of a funny one for us in the UK. In The Netherlands, however, it is an intrinsic part of their national food identity.
Northern Spain’s answer to tapas, pintxos (or pinchos), features dishes like these wicked salt cod croquettes, and is utterly delicious.
After reading the inspiring story of Rwandan Women’s Bakery, I thought I’d share a recipe for traditional Rwandan honey bread.
My veggie chilli is exceptional thanks to one ingredient – sweet potato. I’ll take it to any cook-off and watch aficionados choke on their own expectations.
Lentils can be a very important part of a vegetarian diet, so here is a quick guide to those lovely pulses and a basic recipe for a wicked tarka dhal.
It’s National Vegetarian Week, and my buckwheat, beetroot and feta salad is a great place to start for a healthy vegetarian lunch or lighter supper.
Sometimes the last thing you want to do is cook, but no matter how little time you have, you can still whip up a meal and have next to no washing up to do.