Despite its name, Madeira Cake is a traditional British sponge cake. It has no connection with Portugal, except in name. In fact, it’s only gently flavoured with citrus – usually lemon – making it one of the simplest pound cakes in the repertoire. Continue reading
Bircher muesli this; Bircher muesli that. It seems that if you neglect to start each day with a bowl of overnight oats, then something’s awry – such is the popularity of Bircher muesli. But with breakfast preeminence comes a hefty price tag. The solution? A recipe for Homemade Bircher Muesli.
One of our favourite ways to eat during the summer months is very much in the Spanish style of tapas. Though not always Spanish in origin, the food that fills our table at this time of year is varied and plentiful. And of course, every spread of tapas must feature a salsa; this recipe for Tomato and Olive Salsa is one of our favourites. Continue reading
Not something I indulged in for many years, muesli has in recent months made itself a permanent fixture of my mornings. Muesli can certainly be described as one of the healthy breakfasts, easy to separate from most sugar-laden cereals. But some ingredients in commercial muesli can be sneaky and coming up with a Homemade Muesli Recipe can give you back control.
With Britain having just experienced its hottest July day on record, it’s safe to say that now is the time for cold soups, salads and healthy portions of ice cream. But that doesn’t mean to say that comfort dishes are out the window completely. You might not fancy a heavy beef stew, but a Sausage and Butterbean Pasta Bake might just hit the spot.