Main Courses

Moroccan Fish Stew

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Who says you can’t enjoy a steaming bowl of stew during the warm summer days? Well definitely not the Moroccan people.I’ve never been to Morocco,but I can tell you- this is one of my favourite cuisines. It’s so aromatic,colorful,full of flavour and above all so healthy ,that don’t be surprised if I publish one Moroccan […]

Italian cuisine

Spaghetti Alla Carbonara

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Carbonara is a classic pasta sauce made with bacon, egg and cream. With these three ingredients it can only be delicious. Like most recipes, the origins of the dish are obscure, and there are several hypotheses about it. As the name is derived from carbonaro (the Italian word for charcoal burner), some believe that the […]

American (USA)

Give me red…Red Velvet Cake Roll

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I’ve have always wanted to make a red velvet cake (RVC) for as long as I can remember. It scared me (!)….like so many other people around the globe… It was only last week I lost my red velvet virginity – I seem to be losing my virginity a lot these days. Red Velvet cake […]

British

Apple Tart

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Who says British food is bland and boring? If you’ve ever tasted in the morning apple tart with vanilla (or cinnamon) ice cream,well, then you know the fallacy of that statement. If you want to make a very quick (and yummy) apple tart ,look no farther than the freezer section of your grocery store- Tesco […]

Italian cuisine

Spinach Balls

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Because sometimes it’s nice to recreate a favourite restaurant dish at home lets try these spinach balls form one of our favourite Carluccio Restaurant dishes – Penne Giardiniera – pasta with courgette and plenty of chilli and garlic, topped with deep fried spinach and parmesan balls, known in Italian as polpettine di spinaci. Okay, so […]