Autumn is the season for beautiful, fresh and ripe figs and this Quick and Easy Fig, Honey and Almond Tart is an ideal simple and delicious way to serve them.
It’s nice to be able to impress your friends and family with a dessert that looks like it was made by a pastry chef, but I often feel those fancy
I like lots of mincemeat in my tarts and sometimes find that the small tarts tend towards an overload of pastry and not much mincemeat whereas a nice big tart
As soon as I saw the photograph pop up in Facebook I knew that I had to make this tomato tart. If you haven’t visited Food to Glow then you
I’m taking part in the Applewood Spreadable Blogger Challenge and this Kale and Pumpkin Tart is the first of three recipes I will be sharing with you using Applewood Spreadable.
As Nigel Slater says: “there is something deeply satisfying about taking a huge, golden tart to the table, a tart we have made ourselves. A tart we can give to
“Open your HEART to me. Feel the rush of true love as our milk chocolate heart opens up to reveal the dreamy chocolates hidden inside” The subtle and chic charcoal
It’s always a pleasure to make new dishes from food left over from other meals. Christmas is the greatest opportunity to be creative with leftovers and I am drawn
It was a rather wet start on Sunday, but when it dried up after lunch, I went out and noticed that there were a lot of ‘brambles’ which were ripe.
I’m not quite sure what I did before I discovered Butternut Squash. It has to be the most versatile of vegetables, that sweet, firm flesh goes so well with