Monthly Archives: November 2016

Salted Pretzel Chocolate Truffle cake

This cake needs very little introduction. The universal secret weapon to winning hearts and tempting family or friends, a devilishly rich and fudgy slice of chocolate cake is high up on my dream-dessert list. Dark, deep notes of chocolate and … Continue reading

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Chicken, Leek & Pancetta Miniature pies with Marsala, Tarragon & Sesame crust

Rejoice, it’s officially pie season. (If only you could see the spring in my step!) Very little stands between me and the enjoyment of pie. Basically, I believe that any food I love will taste even better encased in a … Continue reading

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Maple-banana, coconut & nutmeg loaf cake

I’ve always been a one bowl and whisk kinda girl. I love the idea of throwing together just a few simple ingredients to create a voluptuous cake mix ready to pop into your oven (which is where the magic really … Continue reading

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Caramelised pears with goat’s cheese whip & honeycomb in acacia honey

The humble pear epitomises the very best of this season’s Autumn harvest. There are so many varieties but I love the diversity of colour, texture and flavour; most taste like honey and have a lovely crunch before they become too … Continue reading

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