A beautiful way to present a lovely entrée with very little effort.
This has been my go-to quick canapé for a few decades now. It is always enjoyed and looks fabulous when presented to your guests.
These canapé-sized fritters are very easy to whip up. The recipe can also be made into bigger fritters to serve as an entrée for four people.
A very popular recipe in our house. Just check that your peanut butter is free of the sugar substitute xylitol, which is poisonous to dogs.
A delicious dessert combining classic Scottish ingredients. This luscious cream can also be used as the creamy layer in a trifle.
To me this is heaven on a plate. The combination of a lemon tart with a brûlée topping is decadent but not too sweet.
This slice got its name from my eldest son who absolutely loved it and was totally obsessed with James Bond at the time.
Serve this spicy apple cake warm with lashing of whipped cream or ice cream and the decadent caramel sauce.
A super-quick side dish that pairs well with beef cheeks (see recipe page XXX) or any slow-cooked stew or casserole.
This is a useful winter salad to have in your repertoire when other salad ingredients aren’t in plentiful supply.
This tender, slow-cooked roast is finished with a sticky glaze and a classy gravy. It eats well with Mustard & Honey Roasted Carrots & Parsnips.
These slow-cooked beef cheeks are meltingly tender. Serve on creamy Parmesan Polenta. Any leftovers can be tossed through pasta or made into a pie.
The caramelised onion in this version of macaroni cheese makes it taste incredibly comforting. I like to use spiral pasta for a change.
This makes a great vegetarian evening meal. You’ll need a round oven dish or cake tin the same size as your tortillas. You can use store-bought roasted red capsicums if...