Main Courses

Thai Shrimp Soup

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Thai Shrimp Soup

In this recipe, we’re using lemongrass, an ancient Southeast Asian herb, two different ways. First, we’re smashing one of the stalks, and simmering it in the coconut milk broth to infuse the dish with flavour. We’re also thinly slicing another stalk and briefly sautéing it with other aromatics (garlic, ginger and scallion). This step brings […]

British

Crispy Honey Glazed Ham

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Crispy Honey Glazed Ham

A great holiday ham glaze needs to have three things; a wonderful flavour, a gorgeous, shiny appearance, and a crispy, crackling crust you can hear across the room. I’m happy to report this easy to make glaze has all those things in abundance. This honey glaze will work on any size or style of ham, […]

British

Christmas Turkey Roulade with Pumpkin & Cranberry Stuffing Recipe

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Christmas Turkey

This Turkey roulade with Pumpkin & Cranberry stuffing is a fantastic alternative if you don’t fancy roasting a whole turkey, or you’re looking for a creative version of classic turkey. Pumpkin, cranberries and the major guest star Mr Turkey, combine harmoniously to deliver the most out of both the traditional and gourmet side of this festivity. A special mention needs […]

Italian cuisine

Caprese Pizza Recipe

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Caprese Pizza

Caprese Pizza is a classic and one of our go to pizza recipes! I could eat Caprese Pizza every day and never get sick of it. Do you still have tomatoes in your garden? We do! I needed to use some up and Caprese Pizza was the answer! This pizza is SO good with fresh […]

Breads

Hawaii-style salmon and rice

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Hawaii-style salmon and rice

The Cuisine of Hawaii is a fusion of many foods brought by immigrants to the Hawaiian Islands, particularly of American, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, Polynesian and Portuguese origins. If you never tried the Hawaii style food you gonna be amazed b the shire variety of colours, techniques and taste. As usual mixing different cuisines  from different parts […]

Chinese

Chinese (Kung Fu) steamed fish

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Chinese Steamed Fish

Chinese folks (like Jackie Chan,Jet Li etc.) believe that the best way to savor the sweetness of fresh fish is to do the least to it. A classic case of less is more. “7 minutes” is the magic number to cook the fish. Regardless of amount. You want it just flaking, and not tough. On […]

Bulgarian

Bulgarian Cheese the Shopski Way

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Сирене по шопски

Cheese the Shopski Way (Сирене по шопски) is one of the most traditional dishes in Bulgaria. It is simple, very tasty and its the perfect dish for the lovers of Feta cheese. On top of all that it is very healthy and we would recommend it if you are on a weight loosing diet. ‘Shopski’ […]

Main Courses

How To Cook Salmon

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Peter Bayless

We are so happy to present Chef Peter Bayless, winner of BBC Masterchef 2006, who explains how to cook delicious salmon en papillote. Salmon often isn’t in the spotlight at Christmas time but it is a popular alternative to Turkey. The fillet of salmon is cooked on a bed of fennel, shallot, tomatoes, garnish and […]