Apparently, 28 tonnes of strawberries are eaten every year during Wimbledon. This classic Eton Mess is given a naughty twist with the addition of Pimms! As Eton Messes go, they are pretty quick to whip together but always a winner. Traditionalists may wish to use strawberries alone, but the colours and texture of a berry mixture also works.
A sweet treat for your valentine (or best galentine).
The ultimate, once in a while / treat yourself, winter warmer (plus fairy lights for added hygge).
Pop the kettle on and set yourself down with a slice of warm “pumpkin” pie.
Nothing beats the smell of fresh, nectar-sweet mangoes. This classic Chinese sweet is the perfect post-dim sum accompaniment and a real taste of Hong Kong
It’s the tea du jour widely hailed for it’s rich antioxidant properties but Matcha tea, with its distinct flavour and striking colour, is also a great addition to the traditional “panna cotta”. This Matcha “panna cotta” (or “Matcha cotta”) is made from almond milk, sweetened by agave nectar and set with gelatine substitute agar-agar, meaning it can also be… Continue reading Matcha Green Tea “Panna Cotta” (Vegan)
Overripe and spotty bananas, the kind that are still in the fruit bowl at the end of the week, are perfect for going into a banana loaf. This recipe (more cake-like than bread) is really simple and quick to whip together. It’s not static (the best recipes aren’t), so throw in some chopped stem ginger or… Continue reading Mini Banana and Walnut Loaves