The classic Wedge Salad is basically a BLT without the bread, drizzled with bleu cheese dressing. Using good quality bleu cheese, ripe tomatoes and real bacon turns this ordinary salad into a masterpiece.
Why settle for store bought Sausage Rolls when you can make your own in minutes. There’s no need to make up a special filling or pastry. Leave that to the experts by using butcher sausages and frozen puff pastry.
When the late summer harvest is starting to pile up around you, Eggplant Antipasto is a delicious topping for bread or crackers that features local produce and can be preserved so it lasts all winter. This recipe is a winner, even to those who think they don’t like eggplant.
This beautiful salad recipe features a wonderful combination of flavours, colours and textures that satisfies your craving for sweet, sour, spicy and salty. Spicy Thai Grapefruit Salad with Shrimp is simple to make and can be personalized to meet your heat tolerance level.
Artichokes are one of those vegetables that most people aren’t very familiar with. They’re fairly high maintenance to prepare because the outer leaves are tough and need to be removed, along with the centre which is called the choke. Hence the name. That’s where canned artichoke hearts come into play. They’ve already been peeled and they’re preserved in a brine so they’re basically ready to serve. And since cauliflower has a similar texture to artichokes when cooked, they work perfectly together.