I am a huge fan of this recipe. It is really simple to do and can be a wonderful summer lunch item or a perfect starter to a meal. I use store-bought puff pastry. Try and go for the most luxurious one that has proper butter in it. It’ll definitely improve the flavour. The recipe [...]Read more...
This is one of my favourite soups. It brings back memories of a little restaurant above a secluded beach in Koh Tao where we had lunch after a day in the sea. You can add a little more chilli if you’d like it to have more of a bite. It is a velvety soup with [...]Read more...
This is a lovely salad to do in winter. It can be served warm or cold and is wonderfully filling. The colors are really beautiful and the salad is altogether quite impressive.
sticky orange pork fillet, sliced onto roasted butternut and beetroot with a sweet and sour sauce
2 pork fillets, trimmed
½ cup oyster sauce
We had a class the other night that concentrated on impressive dinner party fare. This duck was the starter and was an enormous success. It is smoked in tea leaves and sugar, on a roasting tray, on the stove. Actually really easy to do and the flavour was remarkable. You could try the smoking with [...]Read more...
serves 6 – 8
3 sheets of phyllo pastry
melted butter for brushing
2 bunches of asparagus, trimmed and blanched
1 cup grated parmesan
salt and pepper to taste
a quiche tin
Preheat the oven to 180̊C.
Brush each sheet of phyllo pastry with melted butter and place on top of each other.
Line the greased quiche tin with the phyllo [...]