Old Fashioned Nut Butter Biscuits | Nutural World

It’s funny what can upset you, isn’t it? Funny odd not funny ha ha. The attachments we form to inanimate – and frankly insignificant – objects can verge on the ridiculous. Like many kids, my sister and I helped mum in the kitchen and developed a love of food and cooking from an early age. ... Read more »

Pete’s Courgette, Blue Cheese & Cherry Tomato Quiche

Pete came into the house one recent Monday evening with an overgrown courgette from the back garden, brandishing it in the manner of a cartoon caveman and his trusty club. The quiche he made with half of it the next evening was so fantastic that I begged him to make it again the next night. ... Read more »

Puff Pastry Cheese, Courgette & Mint Tart

We are experiencing a glorious courgette glut at the moment, as you may have guessed! We’ve had courgette frittata, courgette soup and courgettes stuffed with sausage ragu… and courgette crisps, courgette-saka, grilled courgettes, stir-fried courgette… we even tried a chocolate courgette cake but that one’s not for sharing as we didn’t love the recipe we ... Read more »

Individual Marzipan Cakes | All About the Almond

These delicious individual marzipan cakes are thanks to my friend Lisa, who made them recently using a Nigella Lawson recipe for a full size marzipan cake. Lisa decided to pour the batter into a muffin mould to make individual cakes instead of one large cake, which appealed to me hugely. I took note of her feedback ... Read more »

A Higgidy Pork and Apple Stroganoff Pie with Cheddar Crust

Already familiar with Higgidy pies and quiches, available from our local supermarkets, we decided to try founder and author of Higgidy Cookbook recipe for Pork and Apple Stroganoff Pie. It was absolutely delicious and we loved the cheddar crust. Read our review of The Higgidy Cookbook. Higgidy Pork and Apple Stroganoff Pie with Cheddar Crust Equipment: ... Read more »

Upside Down Caramelised Flat Peach Tart aka Flat Peach Tarte Tatin

I adore flat peaches. As I’ve written before, they’re also known as doughnut peaches, saturn peaches and even UFO peaches, because of their flattened disc-like shape. Usually they’re superbly sweet and impossible to eat without dribbling copious sticky juice down chin and arms. In recent years, I’ve found them easier than ever to find; my ... Read more »