Spiced cauliflower

Another idea for a cauliflower, a warming stew and an old favourite dessert

On January 27, 2016 by battenburgbelle

I made a regular cauliflower cheese when “Uncle Patrick” came to stay. Knowing that however much I made, we’d eat the lot, I just used half the cauliflower. And then I was idly...

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Chicken with roast garlic and tarragon brioche pudding

New Year, New Cook Books

On January 15, 2016 by battenburgbelle

I was lucky enough to receive several new cook books over the festive season. I’ll report on these as and when, but first to make it from the lounge to the kitchen was...

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Toad in the hole

Canapés for 100 people…

On December 2, 2015 by battenburgbelle

I recently spent a highly amusing evening at the Barts Pathology Museum at the Queen Mary University of London. Oh yeah, I go to all the swankiest places. This was just one of...

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A Treasury of Great Recipes

Another day, another cookalong

On November 6, 2015 by battenburgbelle

This latest cookalong was to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the magnificent Treasury of Great Recipes by Vincent and Mary Price. Oh yes, he was much more than just the Master of Menace…...

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Marguerite's fish mornay

A cookalong to celebrate the life and times of Marguerite Patten

On November 4, 2015 by battenburgbelle

I do enjoy a cookalong, so I was delighted when Jenny told me that the Guild of Food Writers was inviting people to join in a Marguerite Patten session, to coincide with what would...

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