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This is an absolute standard recipe in my kitchen, I make it at least once a week. You can combine potatoes with whatever veggies you have - it’s always a great combination of shapes, colors and flavors. Together with a dip and a green salad this is a quick tasty dish.
In the fall, after work, my father would come home with pomegranates in a brown paper bag. Two or three rolled out of the bag onto our kitchen table. Grabbing one, I broke open the leathery skin; and popped the beautiful red rubies out of the shell; landing all over the table. As we ate these ruby red seeds, I asked him what they were. “Chinese apples” he said. Years later, I learned another word for Chinese apple was Pomegranate. Those lovely ruby seeds will always remind me of him.
This is a reliable, delicious and crowd-pleasing topping for vegetables, grain bowls, meat or any savory food that needs a tangy, umami kick. The recipe is flexible and the flavors lend themselves to creativity. Try lemon or lime instead of orange, honey or agave instead of maple syrup and turmeric in addition to ginger.
I absolutely LOVE marmalade and, luckily, I enjoy making it. For the last few years when Seville Oranges are at their best I make enough to last us all year. This is my current favourite version with added Blood Oranges for colour and sweetness, fresh ginger, kaffir lime leaves and a good splash of whisky.
Fresh and bright, tabbouleh is the perfect dish to bring to a party! It's vegan, it's healthy and most of all it is delicious! This is a family recipe from my lovely friend Lena, you'll notice it doesn't include onions like many tabbouleh recipes and instead has fresh mint. I love it!
One of a series of St Patrick's Day recipes created to help you celebrate the day with authentic Irish food. Bacon and cabbage is a traditional Irish combination and I've added caraway to gently spice it up. The gorgeous whiskey sauce is delicious on bacon but works just as well poured over ice cream. You may not be able to get your hands on an authentic St Patrick's Day badge (they're even hard to find now in Ireland) but you can get your hands on some real Irish Bacon and Cabbage. Enjoy!
Not only is this stuff delicious, it is also super easy to make. It’s also very versatile: you can have it for breakfast with porridge, or with yoghurt and granola. Or have it with vanilla ice cream as a dessert, yummy! You can make lots of variations, depending on what fruit is in season for example (use strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, plums or cherries in summer). The recipe works best with firm apples and pears, but I also find it a great way of using up fruit that has already gone a bit wrinkly.
A fresh, easy and favourite snack or meal.
But the structural engineering of rice paper rolls is very serious business! Too much fill or poor layering means they can break.
This illustration was inspired to show the recipe as an technical architectural/engineering drawing.