This is one of those great “slow food” recipes that can be done in either a slow cooker, in the oven, a bbq or as I did in a wood-burning pizza oven. The time taken allows the otherwise tough meat to render off the fat, soften the tissue, and absorb all the flavours from the spices and vegetables added.
Making use of the proliferation of Hot Cross buns in the supermarket, to reimagine a timeless classic.
A great basic bread dough recipe perfectly suited for pizza making
A simple to make, banana cake/loaf with heaps of flavour, a soft crumbly centre and a baked banana at its centre. Unlike many banana cakes, this one does not have cinnamon or other spices in the recipe, instead this gains additional flavour from the honey.
Homegrown Strawberries added to fresh cream, to make a no-churn, ice cream. Perfect on its own or in a sundae.
No Pumpkins were harmed in the making of this recipe
The pumpkin adds a special flavour to the cookie, and as there are no eggs in this recipe, it could easily be your newest vegan favourite.
Now my tummy is beginning to grumble, I’d love to have some rhubarb crumble.
Jump to Recipe or to Gallery This particular recipe is another amended from the classic Mrs Beeton’s, one of my favourite classic cookbooks. I have adjusted the quantities, as once made, this stuff goes quickly. When we moved to our home in 2003, we planted a lemon tree in the backyard. we were hopeful forContinue reading “Lemon Curd”
I can pretend to be healthy with fruit appearing on the plate, along with the cinnamon sugar, organic maple syrup, vanilla bean ice cream and sprinkling of dark choc chips.