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Recipe: Toad in the Hole

Im a big fan of sausages. Theyre so versatile, easy to cook with and the good ones are always delicious. Like the new range from MOR. They come in four different flavours, inspired by foods from around the world. All... The post Recipe: Toad in the Hole appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Recipe: Hot smoked salmon in my Char-Broil Digi...

Today Im experimenting with a new piece of cooking kit yes, again. And its a serious one the Char-Broil Digital Electric Smoker. A shiny, stylish oven where you can cook and smoke to your hearts content. Weve been... The post Recipe: Hot smoked salmon in my Char-Broil Digital Electric Smoker appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Recipe: Spicy apple chutney

Recipe: Spicy Apple Chutney I love autumn in London. Theres the beauty of all the leaves changing colour, atmospheric misty mornings and still warmth in the sun when it pops out. September is often the best month, especially after weve... The post Recipe: Spicy apple chutney appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Recipe: Ginger beef with pepper and spring onion

Ginger beef with pepper and spring onion Today Im experimenting again with my HaloChef. This versatile halogen oven seems to present endless cooking opportunities as you can use it to roast bake, grill and defrost. Its powered by halogen light... The post Recipe: Ginger beef with pepper and spring onion appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Recipe: Cinnamon carrot cake baked in my HaloChef

Over the last few weeks Ive been experimenting with my new HaloChef. Its an oven powered by halogen light that generates heat which combines with high air flow to cook. Its a quicker, healthier (you dont need to use oil)... The post Recipe: Cinnamon carrot cake baked in my HaloChef appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Wood-fired oven recipes to inspire you

I always love finding new ways to cook and I was very interested in learning all about the versatility of the wood-fired oven. While everyone knows theyre great for cooking pizzas, thats only a tiny part of their capability as... The post Wood-fired oven recipes to inspire you appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Recipe: Spicy pork kebabs

Recipe: Spicy Pork Kebabs Ive recently got back from Spain and Im missing those wonderful Spanish flavours. So today I decided to make pork kebabs inspired by the Pinchos Morunos we had for lunch on the beach at Arena bar... The post Recipe: Spicy pork kebabs appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Recipe: Barbecue pulled pork bake

Im back! I know its been pretty quiet on Eating Covent Garden recently as Ive been doing a lot of travelling. Gathering exciting stories and recipe ideas for all my readers, naturally. While I do love exploring the world its... The post Recipe: Barbecue pulled pork bake appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Recipe: Barbecued ribs in the CharBroil Big Easy

Barbecued ribs in a Chinese-style marinade I love a good rack of ribs. Earliest memories take me back to a Greek restaurant in Harare, Zimbabwe called the Acropolis where wed tuck into huge plates of ribs. It was a real... The post Recipe: Barbecued ribs in the CharBroil Big Easy appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Recipe: Smoked roast ham in my CharBroil Big Ea...

Its hard to beat a good roast ham. Its something usually associated with Christmas or special occasions but it doesnt have to be. Its always a great thing to have in the fridge and even better if youve cooked... The post Recipe: Smoked roast ham in my CharBroil Big Easy barbecue appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

COCONUT NOODLE SOUP WITH AYAM BRANDS FIRE HOT C...

Masak untuk 4 orang Bahan-Bahan 200g mi pilihan anda 1 batang serai 4 daun bawang, dicincang 8 daun ketumbar, dicincang 2 liter stok ikan 270 ml Santan Ayam Brand 370g “Fire Hot” Cili Tuna Ayam Brand, toskan Kaedah Masak mi, toskan dan ketepikan Potong bahagian bawah serai sebanyak 10cm dan buang bahagian atas. Potong tengah serai tanpa memotong bahagian bawah(biarkan utuh). Tambah mi, ketumbar, santan dan tuna cili. Pulangan mendidih dan masak dengan api perlahan selama 2 minit. Buang se... read more »

Recipe book review: Mountain Berries & Desert S...

Ive come to baking quite late in life and still find it quite miraculous! You mix wet and dry ingredients, stick them in the oven and hopefully end up with some delicious treat. Like magic! Mountain Berries Desert Spices... The post Recipe book review: Mountain Berries Desert Spices appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Competition: Win a Char-Broil Big Easy barbecue

Competition: Your chance to win a Char-Broil Big Easy barbecue Youll no doubt have noticed that Ive been getting all excited about a new barbecue in my life and trying all sorts of new dishes. Well, I still am, the... The post Competition: Win a Char-Broil Big Easy barbecue appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Recipe: Peri Peri chicken on my CharBroil Big Easy

Recipe: Peri peri chicken legs Its that time of the week again barbecue time on my Char-Broil Big Easy. Today Im trying to perfect my peri peri marinade. Peri peri (or piri piri as its sometimes spelt) is Portuguese... The post Recipe: Peri Peri chicken on my CharBroil Big Easy appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Recipe: Moroccan roast vegetables and lamb in m...

Im loving my Char-Broil Big Easy barbecue. The more I experiment, the more I discover how versatile it is. Today Im going to make Moroccan-style roast vegetables well it is a roaster after all. Its a simple dish. Just make sure your veg... The post Recipe: Moroccan roast vegetables and lamb in my Big Easy barbecue appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Tasty breakfast ideas with Vita Coco coconut mi...

So today Ive taken up the challenge to come up with a breakfast idea using Vita Coco a coconut milk alternative which is great for those with dairy intolerances and tastes delicious, too. Of course, while I was pondering it... The post Tasty breakfast ideas with Vita Coco coconut milk alternative appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Recipe: Hot smoked salmon in my Big Easy barbecue

Okay summer still hasnt really arrived in London sometimes it never really does but I am certainly not going to let that prevent me from getting out into my garden and lighting the barbecue. Especially now that I... The post Recipe: Hot smoked salmon in my Big Easy barbecue appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Barbecue, roast and smoke in the Char-Broil Big...

So today Ive got something new and different for you. Isnt that exciting? I have recently been delivered the UKs first Gas three-in-one barbecue. Its called the Char-Broil Big Easy and its a neat grill (barbecue), smoker and roaster with... The post Barbecue, roast and smoke in the Char-Broil Big Easy appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Recipe book review: Saffron Soul

I love trying out new dishes in the kitchen and what better place to get inspiration than from a beautiful recipe book. I often sit on the floor surrounded by cookbooks trying to decide what to cook for dinner. Seriously,... The post Recipe book review: Saffron Soul appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Recipe: Orange and lemon polenta cake

Recipe: Orange and lemon polenta cake I love baking not that I do enough of it. Mix a few ingredients in a bowl, pour them into a tin and cook and voila, you have something delicious on your... The post Recipe: Orange and lemon polenta cake appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Recipe: Slow-roasted lamb shanks

Slow-roasted lamb shanks I have friends that just cant get that I actually find cooking a lot of fun. Its creative, relaxing and extremely satisfying when you produce something that everyone loves. I recently spent a day with my 10-year-old... The post Recipe: Slow-roasted lamb shanks appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Recipe: Quick and simple star anise carrot puree

I learnt how to make this delicious star anise carrot puree on my lamb cookery course in Malton last year. Its simple to make and tastes absolutely delicious with any meat. I even made it on Christmas day and it... The post Recipe: Quick and simple star anise carrot puree appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Beef salad with a stunning secret dressing

Its time to get back into the kitchen and todays dish is inspired by my recent visit to Vietnam. We stayed in the fabulous Victoria Phan Thiet Beach Resort and Spa and enjoyed dishes created by genius Chef Hoang. I... The post Beef salad with a stunning secret dressing appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Recipe: Beef salad with a stunning secret dressing

Its time to get back into the kitchen and todays dish is inspired by my recent visit to Vietnam. We stayed in the fabulous Victoria Phan Thiet Beach Resort and Spa and enjoyed dishes created by genius Chef Hoang. I... The post Recipe: Beef salad with a stunning secret dressing appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Recipe: Traditional Vietnamese soup – Pho

Today its time to get back in the kitchen and cook something Vietnamese. I loved the food so much on my recent trip there and even did a cookery course at the wonderful Victoria Phan Thiet Beach Resort and Spa. Vietnamese... read more »

Recipe: Deliciously simple cinnamon rolls

Okay, I know were well into January I can feel this year whizzing by already but I felt I had to share a simple recipe for some delicious little treats. I made them first thing in the morning... read more »

Cooking with tasty Yorkshire lamb in Malton

So back in May I entered a couple of my new lamb mince recipes in the Lamb Recipe Challenge and my tasty lamb koftas won first prize! How fabulous is that! My prize was a trip to the foodie town... read more »

Recipes: Simple salads with crunch

Okay, I know autumn is here, but we did have something of a lovely, elongated Indian summer which gave me the excuse to come up with two new salad recipes for the unexpected barbecues we managed to squeeze in. And... read more »

Top tips to improve your diet

We all know the importance of eating healthily and are always looking for ways to make it easier. But why wait until 1 January to embark on a new regime. It is only October, so by making changes now, you... read more »

Recipe: Baked prawn tortilla canapés

Today Im back in the kitchen, at last! Hasnt been enough creative cooking going on in my house recently, time to change that. Having just got back from Spain Ive got tortilla on my mind and as we were having... read more »

Competition: Win a selection of tasty Quinola p...

Its competition time and today I have some lovely products from Quinola to give away to five lucky winners. Quinoa is an organic vegetable protein that originates from Peru. It’s packed with essential amino acids and vitamins and it’s gluten... read more »

Creamy baked eggs with garlic and chilli

Baked eggs are an old favourite of my childhood. Popped into the oven topped with cheese, a simple dish that makes such a comforting breakfast. Of course there are many ways to bake an egg and this indulgent creamy recipe... read more »

Homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte

Pumpkin spice in August? Well for this girl yes. I am a retail worker, so there is one thing that fuels me that I know fuels some of my coworkers. What would that fuel be?Coffee, of course.I am so addicted read more »

Home Matters Linky Party # 97

Welcome to the weekly Home Matters Linky Party. A great place to come, share your blog posts, and make new friends. Its the last week Read the rest The post Home Matters Linky Party # 97 appeared first on Style Island. read more »

BEST Brownie in a Mug Recipe

How it all started I had the last 2 days off, and if you didnt already know, I work in the lovely world of retail so lets just say, I definitely have my days at work. You can always read read more »

Healthy CInnamon Rolls

Definitely not my original cinnamon rolls recipe. Im sure youre looking at this post like, what the hell is this girl talking about? Okay so a little background. I finally had a day off today and I couldnt sleep as read more »

Mother’s Day Crepes

When I was a kid, Papa used to make crepes every Mothers Day. Thats the only time we ever made crepes. Hed make the crepes and fill them up with thawed out frozen fruit and top with some whipped cream. I remember this vivdly and thats when I realized that I loved crepes. I attempted [] read more »

Moistest Eggless Chocolate Mug Cake

Mug cake simply means cake cooked in a mug. When I first heard of it, 8 years ago, mug cakes were not so popular then. A blogger friend of mine, Yoko from My Pooch Life was very generous to shared her mug cake recipe with me in which I've surprised my ex-boyfriend (now hubby). I can still remember his "shocked" expression. It was priceless! Read about it HERE, in A Great Pleasure. After so many years, I've decided to make mug cake again. But this time, I've omitted the egg and make a few amendments to th... read more »

Grandma's Golden Syrup

Many years ago (around 5 - 6 years ago), my hubby's grandma taught me how to make traditional mooncake. Unlike commercialized mooncake, traditional mooncake has a pastry skin that is moist, cakey and has a hint of fragrant caramelized smell. You can right away spot a traditional mooncake by these charateristics. All these because of one main ingredient - the GOLDEN SYRUP. Golden syrup or light treacle is a thick, amber-coloured form of inverted sugar syrup made in the process of refining sugar cane or ... read more »

Guest Post : Teriyaki Chicken

Being a sudden backup chef when my wife is busy taking care of our 2 little precious is simply a head-scratching job. Thinking of what to cook in such a short time is hard when both of us are always wondering what to eat. Well this time, I've make the call without letting her know what I'll be cooking. I surprised her with this simple yet a fullsome meal dinner which is also my all-time my favorite, Teriyaki Chicken on Japanese Rice. Of coz this was not my first attempt on cooking this dish. And so I qui... read more »

Homemade Sensory Playdough For Toddlers

My daughter loves playing with dough. Whenever i work with dough recipe, she would come and ask to join along. Usually I would give her a ball of dough to play with and she could play throughout my whole baking time. This gives me an idea to make her some homemade sensory playdough from edible ingredients. After googling for a good half an hour, I decided to give this Martha Stewart playdough recipe a try. Because I am a baker myself, I know that a cooked dough is definitely a better choice from an uncoo... read more »

Homemade Churros With Choco Dipping

It has been raining since this afternoon (and is still raining now). The weather was really cooling and I couldn't ask for more appropriate weather to have these yummylicious lil' churros for tea time. I've make a warm choco sauce for dipping and it is certainly a great way to make your tummy smile. I love the combination of the warm choco sauce against the crunchy churros exterior and soft interior. It is really yummy and super easy to make. Try this for yourself and I am sure you'll love it too! HOM... read more »

Make This: String Cheese Mozzarella Sticks

After deciding I was going to create a small, yet manageable homemade Italian feast for my boyfriends 36th birthday, I started scouring for some inspiration. Read the rest The post Make This: String Cheese Mozzarella Sticks appeared first on Style Island. read more »

Mouth-Watering Crabs In Creamy Butter Curry Gravy

This is my first attempt in making this dish and I'm glad that it turned out to be yummylicious! It has the right level of spiciness and aromatic buttery milky flavor with a hint of fragrant curry leaves smell. For those who's afraid of the milky smell from the butter and milk, don't worry, you won't get it in this dish (or it won't be so obvious, depending on your sensitivity towards the 'milky'ness). In this dish, I've used 2 cans of evaporated milk. You may find this as a lot but this is ensure that ... read more »

Fall Fruit Pie Recipe

My daughter asked me for a recipe that called for plums. I knew immediately I had to share my Fall Fruit Pie Recipe with her. This recipe has been passed down through the generations in my family, and its only fitting that I shared it with Crystal. Now were sharing it with you. This recipe is perfect to make after a long day of canning plums, apples, and peaches. I hope you like it. Before I share the recipe, though, I need to mention that the delicious fresh plums we used in this recipe came from Kauffm... read more »

Вкусные блинчики всего из трёх ингредиентов!

Нам никогда не хватает рецептов блинов, ведь так? Это именно то, что пришло мне на ум, когда я заметила этот рецепт блинов из 3-х ингредиентов. Само название рецепта выглядело так интересно, что я решила его попробовать. А результат? Ууумммммм! Пальчики оближешь! Вы хотите узнать эти волшебные 3 ингредиента? У меня есть ответ... Это бананы, яйца и немного корицы. Такое небольшое количество ингредиентов действительно может привести к аккуратным и вкусным блинам. Бананы делают их достаточно сладкими,... read more »

TVWS Holds Board Meeting. Paella Dinner is the ...

The Board had their summer meeting at the home of Heather Mercy, Gail Parkers Daughter-In-Law. Thank-You so very much Heather, for opening your beautiful home and kitchen to us. We were also honored to have Artist and Chef Judas Arrieta and his wife Vivian prepare the wonderful Tapas and Paella dinner for us. It was [] read more »




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