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This Dutch Baby with Brandy Roasted Cherries is an end of year festive treat making the most of the all too short cherry season and any leftover, stale panettone you may have.  It is an “updated” version of the dutch…

This Two Cheese Dutch Baby with Bacon is such a great dish for a weekend breakfast or brunch. So good in fact, I have made it twice and photographed it twice in the space of two weeks. A few ingredients…

Dutch Baby with Hot Cross Bun Croutons

I still think last year’s Easter dessert, the Hot Cross Bun Ice Cream is one of the best desserts I have ever made so there was a bit of pressure to come up with an equally delicious dessert this year. I…

Dutch Baby

A Dutch Baby is not Dutch and neither is it a baby. Derived from the German Pfannkuchen, it is a large puffy pancake fit for a celebratory breakfast with minimal fuss or to make an ordinary midweek meal all the…

Fig and Brown Butter Clafoutis

I am spending the Easter weekend in Prince Albert and have seen boxes of what must the last of sweet Adams figs in all the shops. Fig season is nearly over so this Fig and Brown Butter Clafoutis is an…

Chocolate Simnel Cake

The second new recipe for Easter is this utterly delicious Chocolate Simnel Cake from my friend Christine Capendale. It is one of the recipes which we created and photographed for an Easter High Tea feature recently and is a great…

Slow Roasted Leg of Lamb with Roasted Onions and Chimichurri

This delicious recipe for Slow Roasted Leg of Lamb with Roasted Onions and Chimichurri comes from my friend, Christine Capendale, author of the new cookbook Meals: Effortless Food for Every Occasion. The two of us collaborate regularly on shoots for…

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Lemon and Rose Doughnuts

The recipe for these beautiful Lemon and Rose Doughnuts come from Joudie Kalla’s book Palestine on a Plate – Memories from my mother’s kitchen. It is probably the most non Palestinian recipe and as Joudie mentions, doughnuts aren’t typically Palestinian…

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