Mini Pumpkin Pies

Sometimes it’s nice to have something of your very own which is why I made individual Pumpkin Pies instead of one big one. Making them this way means that you can serve them on pretty plates individually and each person feels a little more special. What it also means is that you can decorate them slightly differently to how you…
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Mulled Apple Juice

One thing I loved about Copenhagen was the fact that no matter how cold it got people would always eat and drink outside. The restaurants and cafes would add blankets and heaters and people would crowd on to the terraces late in to the night. One thing I found helped when I was out there was drinking lots of warm…
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Linguine with Garlic Prawns & Caper Sauce

We’re still on the tomato tip right now because they are just really good at this time of year and it’s a shame not to take advantage of them. I clearly remember making this dish as a quick and easy supper as the babies were still very small and my appetite was through the roof. We’d been walking that afternoon…
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How to Make Bruschetta – A Family Favourite

The tomatoes are amazing at this time of year as they’ve been out in the sun (hopefully) for long enough to develop a great taste! Cooking with tomatoes that you’ve grown yourself is brilliant but if you’re nervous about it or have a small space then I can highly recommend growing them in a hanging basket and using a variety…
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How to Make Quince Cheese (Membrillo)

I made Quince Cheese yesterday. I psyched myself up for a session by the stove, convinced that I’d be there for hours and end up having to throw my Maslin pan out as I’d made boiled sweets. But no! As you can see it turned out exactly how it should (albeit I should’ve used a smaller but deeper container to…
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