Onion Bhajis

I count Onion Bhajis as a hangover food. Crispy, light, but just sinful enough to make you feel better (when they’re homemade that is), they’re the bomb. So, after a

The French Canele | Recipe

A reliable Canele recipe is a staple of every French pastry kitchen – but you can make these delicious treats at home. Canel├ęs are the classic custardy treat and traditional

Lattice Blueberry Pie

I don’t know if you’ve heard about Storm Desmond, but it’s been battering the Irish for a few days now. Naturally, in an attempt to counter-act the effects of such

Stained Glass Christmas Cookies

I love a recipe that has a few uses. I also love Christmas Trees where you can eat the decorations.  Not that baubles and tinsel aren’t important… But having a

French Baguettes – with 80% Hydration

I love bread.

No, I mean it. I LOVE bread. The crustier the better. Do you remember that scene from the movie Ratatouille, where they’re talking about the crust of bread?

Baked Courgette Fritters

Everyone knows that the courgette, or zucchini, is one of the best vegetables going.  Closely followed by cauliflower.

Raspberry Curd | Recipe

Raspberry curd is one recipe that’s a real treat. Zingy, sweet, and fruity – plus it’s so easy to make! It works wonderfully as a filling for Macarons, or as

Potato and Wild Garlic Gratin Tartlet

I have a real soft spot for potato gratin. The creamy, garlicy goodness of those potato layers is just too good for me to pass up! So when I was

Easy Veggie Dippers

This is a recipe designed specifically for the people of the world who are short on time (particularly those with kids, as these are very kid friendly). These veggie dippers are

Veggie Toad in the Hole

Some dishes are just nostalgic. They take you back to you as a kid, sitting at the kitchen table waiting for something glorious to arrive out of the kitchen. For