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Goat’s Cheese Quiche with Sweet Potato Crust

So last week was National Pie Week and I decided to celebrate by making a... quiche... It's close enough to a pie, right?  This goat's cheese quiche with a sweet potato crust is perfect for the hot weather we've been having recently as it's light and airy, and fantastic with a glass of white wine!… Continue reading Goat’s Cheese Quiche with Sweet Potato Crust

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Nutella and Peanut Butter Cookies

I have an easy peasy recipe for you guys today to celebrate the fact that yesterday was Nutella Day!  If you're like me and never knew that Nutella had uses other than to just eat straight from the pot, you'll be amazed to hear it can be used in loads of different recipes (who knew)!  This… Continue reading Nutella and Peanut Butter Cookies

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Cookie Dough Cupcakes

Hello happy cooks!  This blog post was originally supposed to be about chocolate chip cookies but I wasn't happy at all with how they turned out when I got them out of the oven so decided to save the remaining cookie dough and contemplate my life decisions while chomping down on it.  I'm a huge… Continue reading Cookie Dough Cupcakes

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15 Minute Mushroom Stroganoff

Autumn is upon us even though the weather doesn't seem to think so and I am always on the lookout for quick and easy recipes which will fill me up and be a fantastic comfort food on a cold dark evening.  This mushroom stroganoff recipe is so easy to make and it can be on… Continue reading 15 Minute Mushroom Stroganoff

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M&S Japanese Sirloin Steak with Wasabi Mayo

 I love a challenge and I also love to try new combinations and cultures when it comes to food so when M&S came up with the #CookStyleSnap competition, I was all for giving it a go!  The idea was to cook the Japanese sirloin steak recipe, style the food to make it look mouthwatering and photogenic,… Continue reading M&S Japanese Sirloin Steak with Wasabi Mayo

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Perfection in a Pastry Parcel

I haven't done a foodie post in quite awhile so where better to start than these insanely good pastry parcels!  I saw the recipe on Pinterest awhile back and after altering it a bit, I have decided to be a good little blogger and share them with you (not the ones I made, there aren't… Continue reading Perfection in a Pastry Parcel

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Creamy Coconut Cupcakes

Who likes cupcakes, we like cupcakes!  I made these deliciously fluffy cupcakes a couple of weeks ago but accidentally deleted most of the photos that I had taken so had to make them again, what a shame!  The secret to them is definitely the use of coconut milk rather than regular milk so if you… Continue reading Creamy Coconut Cupcakes

Cooking, Lifestyle, London

Let’s Wok and Roll!

I was lucky enough to be invited to a Taste of Thailand class in the School of Wok in Covent Garden and managed to find time to fit it in between university work, exams and before heading off to America for a couple of months.  I don't know much about Asian and Oriental cooking apart… Continue reading Let’s Wok and Roll!

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The Only Baked Potato Worth Eating

You will need - a potato olive oil salt cheddar cheese pepper blue cheese Parmesan cheese sour cream fresh rosemary Start by washing your potato and then rubbing olive oil and salt into it Use two wooden spoons on either side of the potato when you cut to avoid the knife going all the way… Continue reading The Only Baked Potato Worth Eating

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Chicken and Goats Cheese Pasta

Yay!  It's pasta day again (every day is pasta day)! You will need - olive oil 500g of dried rigatoni pasta 4 cups of whipping cream 2 tbsp of chopped fresh rosemary 1 clove of garlic, crushed 8 oz of goats cheese 3 chicken breasts salt and pepper to taste Put the chicken breasts on… Continue reading Chicken and Goats Cheese Pasta