Week 48: Sticky Toffee Pudding

Alice NeillWeekly Recipes, WinterLeave a Comment

Serves 6 Mmmmmm.....What could be more delicious, deep and decadent than a sticky toffee pudding. With this dessert there is no holding back, you have to submit to the fact that this is calorific heaven, don't try and substitute it with low fat options, it is not worth it. Dates feature alongside the usual dried fruit Christmas fair and are ... Read More

Week 41: Fig and Walnut Tart

Alice NeillAutumn, Weekly RecipesLeave a Comment

Serves 8 There is no fruit more luxurious than the fig... its deep, rich purple skin, as soft as velvet, with its jewelled flesh and sweet aromatic aroma, a fruit fit for kings. Admittedly we are coming to the end of the fig season, however you could definitely use whole dried figs for this recipe. Usually for a frangipane you ... Read More

Week 33: Raspberry Creme Brulee

Alice NeillSummer, Weekly RecipesLeave a Comment

Serves 6 British raspberries are with out a doubt my favourite fruit, for me they out run the strawberry every time. The best raspberries come later in the season around early Autumn, but summer raspberries are just as tasty in this recipe. Raspberries tart, sharp nature lends itself well to rich creamy desserts and goes so well in a creme ... Read More

Week 26: Strawberry and Elderflower Pavlova

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Serves 8 No British summer party is complete with out a fruit laden pavlova. This dish originates from Australia; in the 1920s the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova toured around Australia and New Zealand. They were so much enamored by her that they created this iconic dessert in her honor. The light, white fluffy peaks of the meringue are meant to ... Read More