Tag: Lover of Flavours

Meat Free Monday – Vegetarian Scotch Eggs

Meat Free Monday – Vegetarian Scotch Eggs

I absolutely love Scotch eggs, they are pretty much up there with things I would miss if I was a fully fledged vegetarian. My grandmothers Scotch eggs were utterly delicious, so when ever I am cooking them I always wonder if she would have approved. This version of the wonderful […]

Soupe Dragon – Chicken Soup

Soupe Dragon – Chicken Soup

Chicken Soup There is no getting away from the fact the this soup seems to make you feel a whole lot better if you have it when you are poorly. It has healing properties and it is said the when Manilal Ghandi, son of Mahatma Ghandi contracted pneumonia the Dr. […]

Soupe Dragon – Chicken Pho

Soupe Dragon – Chicken Pho

Pho, is one of the most refreshing soups I have ever tasted. It’s almost zero fat and calorific content at this time of recent excess is hugely welcome too. Pho is a dish consisting of fragrant broth, meat, rice noodles,herbs and aromatics. It is thought that Pho, first discovered in […]

New Years Eve – Blinis

New Years Eve – Blinis

It’s New Years Eve and what better way to spend the afternoon or evening than with friends and family. You may be having a party or supper? What ever you are doing these bite-sized blinis always go down a treat as an appetizer in our family. Blinis are easy to […]

Fast Fish Curry

Fast Fish Curry

We tend to eat curry at least once a week and this is one of our favourites. It’s a light and flavoursome curry which has just enough heat to pack a punch but it’s also very delicate and fragrant. This is the sort of dish you can prepare and have […]

Cocktail : Rum Packed Punch

Cocktail : Rum Packed Punch

I am always so delighted when friends want to share their foodie stories on the blog and today is no exception. Please welcome Amanda Cummins who grew up in the West Indies and has been teasing me with tales of tantalising food and thirst-quenching punch and finally I have managed […]

Spaghetti Alle Vongole

Spaghetti Alle Vongole

The first time I tried Spaghetti alle Vongole was in my late teens in a wonderful family run trattoria in Covent Garden – La Quercia D’oro. I had never tasted clams before, although I knew I loved most seafood after trying so most types whilst on holidaying in France and […]