Green Chicken Curry

I’ve been on a bit of a Thai kick lately. I can’t seem to get enough of those spicy, sour, tangy flavours.  This is the curry I made to go alongside the Thai beef salad I recently posted and it encapsulates all those flavours I love in Thai cuisine. I usually use ready made curry … Continue reading

Mini Wonton Wrapper Quiches

There’s nothing I love more than having little bites of something delicious with drinks before dinner. Obviously this isn’t something I indulge in everyday but if we have friends or family over for dinner then it’s a given, and truth be told, it’s my favourite part of the meal. So I’m always looking for easy, … Continue reading

Thai Grilled Beef Salad – Yam Neua

This is one of my favourite Thai salads.  It has so many different levels of flavour and texture – tender grilled meat, large handfuls of fragrant mixed herbs, crunchy shallots and cucumbers all topped with a spicy dressing that’s sour, sweet, tangy and really delicious. If you use lean steaks it’s virtually fat free so … Continue reading

I Can’t Believe They’re Not Fried Buffalo Wings

A lot of people outside America might not be familiar with Buffalo wings but once you’ve tried them you’ll understand why they’re such an institution in the States. These chicken wings were created in the mid 1960’s in Buffalo New York, most say at the Anchor Bar but there seems to be some dispute over … Continue reading

Moroccan Chicken with Tomato Marmalade

 Tomatoes and saffron are a match made in heaven and in this recipe the combination of the two is further enhanced with the addition of honey which really brings out the sweetness in the tomatoes. This Moroccan stew or tagine is from one of my favourite cook books, You Say Tomato by Joanne Weir. Every … Continue reading