How much are you paying for your wine?
We were asked on a number of occasions why we don’t serve any wine we can purchase for a fiver in our cocktail parties, as it would generate more profit for us. I thought it would be interesting to show exactly what a bottle of wine costs, . . . → Read More: Do you know what you are drinking and how much you are paying for it?
Today’s recipe is a bit a spontaneous. A friend of mine Della, tweeted me asking what to make for dinner tonight as she was left home alone with nobody attending to her needs (bad parenting if you ask me). She managed to send me a list of what’s left in the fridge, and as it . . . → Read More: Della’s pie
I would like to dedicate this nicely combined dessert for a special friend that has been so helpful these last few weeks when things were kind of difficult. Thank you so much. . . . → Read More: Vodka and cranberry cheese cake
An old Victorian recipe that is still rocking . . . → Read More: Brown bread ice cream with poached pear and brandy snap jumble
My wife was never a curry person, until she tried my version of the Tiger prawns curry. Since then, it was question of “don’t forget, it’s Monday tomorrow, we are having curry for tea”. Although, I must admit that , Emma’s contribution or extra ingredient to this beautiful curry is unmistakably the best : an ice cold bottle of Cloudy bay Chardonnay. . . . → Read More: Emma’s tiger prawns curry
Although it is to die for, yet somehow, it tastes even better when my mum makes it back home in Tunisia. Ok then: . . . → Read More: Tunisian brisket lamb with olives
I first tried this this delicious recipe for Rack of Lamb with Red Wine Sauce, served with Goat Cheese Potato Gratin, and Sautéed Spinach in Le Rivage Restaurant located in the heart Hells Kitchen, New York… . . . → Read More: Rack of lamb with Barolo red wine