Monthly Archives: February 2020

Chicken cordon bleu hand pies

A fun new way to enjoy a classic dish! I just love the phrase ‘hand pie’ (literally, a pie that you pick up and eat) – it just sounds more appealing to me than the word commonly used in England, … Continue reading

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Super crispy roasted potatoes

An easy way to make restaurant-worthy spuds! A chef friend from Switzerland made this dish for me many years ago and it’s one that’s lingered in my mind ever since. I love potatoes prepared any way (a few favourites include … Continue reading

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Easy homemade pita crisps

An inexpensive way to make a tasty snack! My family and I love sandwiches made with pita bread, but only when it’s really fresh. As a result, the leftover rounds from each bag end up in the freezer. Rather than … Continue reading

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London Fog tea cakes

A easy, delicious treat! I’m not a big fan of light cupcakes that takes like sugar and air, but I do always enjoy rich dense ones. If I’m going to indulge in a sweet treat, I want it to be … Continue reading

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Stuffed pepper soup

A delicious new way to enjoy a classic dish! When I revisited stuffed peppers to come up with a more contemporary version a few months ago, it reminded me of how much I enjoyed this classic flavour combination. It’s nourishing, … Continue reading

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