Autumn

Salted Peanut Brittle Biscuits

A few years ago Mr.P and I were seduced by the bright lights and glamour of New York City. We planned a gourmet trip with a hectic itinerary. We drew …

Set Goat’s Milk Pudding With Cherry Sherbet Dusted Doughnut

The British cherry season is definitely something special to celebrate and enjoy. Sadly, it’s reported that in the last 50 years Britain has lost 90% of its cherry orchards and …

Lavish Lobster Macaroni Bake

The time has passed and  the pub is finally open.  Mr.P and I agreed all along, the style of food that we will cook and serve in the pub would …

Malted Prune Loaf

All the credit for this recipe goes to Dan Lepard. I have to confess that I did make a few changes as we all know cooking and baking are subjective …

Orford-Landed Seabass with Crispy Potatoes, Bacon and Sea Purslane

Orford is a fantastic place, getting to it is slightly tricky as it requires manoeuvring down a  narrow country lane but the “pot of gold at the end of the …

Cranachan, Small Pots of Raspberry Pleasure

I’m a fool for all things nice and nothing beats the combination of toasted oats, raspberries, whisky and a spoonful of heather honey. This dish is a classic, so I …

Fresh Buffalo Curd Summer Salad

I have always had the interest to try and make cheese but never really got round to do so. As a young commis chef I had this fixation and dream …

The British Larder Is Taking Roots

Exciting news! Mr P and I are delighted to announce that we will very soon be the proud landlords of the Cherry Tree, Bromeswell, Woodbridge in Suffolk, to make the …

Chicken Caesar Salad

This is no ordinary chicken Caesar salad, no no, it’s  the British Larder way with home grown baby gem lettuce and all.

As you know by now I’m not quite …

Quinoa Salad with Lemon Tahini Vinaigrette

I find quinoa fascinating, I still treat is as a new found ingredient even though it’s been in my store cupboard for two years now and sold in most supermarkets.…

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