Week 32: Super Scones

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Serves 8 The perfect afternoon tea time treat, serve with fresh seasonal fruits and clotted cream. Best eaten warm from the oven! This recipe makes 8 very large scones, you of course can make smaller scones by rolling thinner and cutting out with a smaller cutter. I like to use yogurt or buttermilk in my scones as I find it ... Read More

Week 26: Strawberry and Elderflower Pavlova

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Serves 8 No British summer party is complete with out a fruit laden pavlova. This dish originates from Australia; in the 1920s the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova toured around Australia and New Zealand. They were so much enamored by her that they created this iconic dessert in her honor. The light, white fluffy peaks of the meringue are meant to ... Read More

Week 21: Jersey Royal and Asparagus Frittata

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Serves 4 For Sophie - A true Jersey Royal (but not of the potato kind) Jersey Royals, like Champagne have a Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) this means that they are protected by the EU and are only allowed to be grown in Jersey. This is no bad thing as Jersey lends itself to growing these special potatoes, which thrive in the ... Read More

Week 15: Poached Salmon and Broccoli Quiche

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Serves 6 Broccoli without a doubt is my favourite vegetable, easy to cook, but bursting with fresh flavours. It is often served as side dish, but this recipe elevates it to the star of the show. Our broccoli has just started to come through in our garden. The variety we grow is called purple sprouting, and indeed it is a ... Read More