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Grana Padano Cheese, Confit Onion & Potato Gratin with Prosciutto di San Daniele

This delicious dish was one of four created by Chef Dan Doherty for a recent event showcasing Grana Padano cheese and San Daniele ham. It was so good, I’m very happy to be able to share the recipe on Kavey Eats. Find out more about Grana Padano cheese and San Daniele ham, here. 5 from ... Read more »

Inspirational Ways With Grana Padano and Prosciutto di San Daniele

Italy has more products of Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) than any other country, well over two hundred in fact. Grana Padano cheese and Prosciutto di San Daniele (ham) are two such products, both made in the north of Italy. These products have been made in virtually the same way for many hundreds of years, ... Read more »

Making Homemade Kaya in a Sous Vide Water Bath

Since our trip to Hong Kong in January, I’ve been dreaming about French toast served with kaya, a thick sweet coconut spread. On chatting to my dear friend Diana about my experimentations with French toast made in my waffle machine, she mentioned that she’d come across a few recipes for making kaya using a sous ... Read more »

French Toast Waffles & Home Made Kaya | A Tribute to Hong Kong’s Cha Chaan Teng Cafes

Our visit to Hong Kong earlier this year reminded me of the delights of French Toast aka ‘eggy bread’. I particularly loved it slathered in melted butter, condensed milk and kaya (often translated as coconut jam). A staple of the cha chaan teng (Hong Kong style café) menu, the French toast is virtually deep fried ... Read more »

Golden Kiwifruit, Pineapple & Turmeric Smoothie Recipe

Golden Kiwifruit, Pineapple & Turmeric Smoothie Recipe

This post contains affiliate links. I love kiwifruit! Although native to China, the kiwifruit is most strongly associated with New Zealand. New Zealanders were the first to grow the fruit commercially, after its cultivation was brought across from China a little over a century ago. Indeed, the name most of us know the fruit by ... Read more »

Pear and Parsnip Cake with Salted Honey Buttercream and Chocolate Ganache

This post contains Amazon affiliate links. This delicious recipe is from Veggie Desserts + Cakes by Kate Hackworthy. Read my review of Veggie Desserts + Cakes here, and enter my giveaway to win your own copy. Image from book, used with permission 5 from 8 votes Pear and Parsnip Cake with Salted Honey Buttercream and ... Read more »

Pea and Mint Cupcakes with Rose Water Buttercream

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This post contains Amazon affiliate links. This delicious recipe is from Veggie Desserts + Cakes by Kate Hackworthy. Read my review of Veggie Desserts + Cakes, and enter my giveaway to win your own copy.   5 from 3 votes Kate Hackworthy’s Pea and Mint Cupcakes with Rose Water Buttercream Kate’s recipe introduction from the ... Read more »

A Taste For… Carob Molasses

In the UK, molasses usually refers to black treacle, a viscous by-product of the refined sugar industry, made from sugarcane and sugar beet. But in other parts of the world, such sweet sticky syrups are made from a variety of fruits including grapes, dates, pomegranates and carob. Some, like pomegranate and date molasses, have become ... Read more »