Why buy the frozen variety when you can make your own fresh and delicious fish fingers at home! The perfect snack, these fish fingers are best served with my zingy tartare sauce. The sea bass can be swapped for any of your favourite white fish. You could even put them in a fish finger sandwich! Find the recipe here
A guaranteed crowd pleaser with friends, my easy BBQ Beef Korean tacos are packed full of delicious Asian ingredients that will keep your guests coming back for seconds and thirds. Marinating the beef overnight tenderises the beef and gives it maximum flavour. My quick pickled cucumbers, Asian slaw and easy gochujang aioli gives this dish texture, colour and zing.
When I was first invited to visit the Grosvenor Hotel in Torquay, I raised an eyebrow. Wasn’t this the place that featured in the TV series “The Hotel”? For those who haven’t seen it, that place was a shambles, a real-life Faulty Towers filled with endearing levels of chaos and calamity. I quickly did a Google to check; yep, it’s the same place. But wait, I see on the website a familiar name, John Burton-Race. He is a culinary big-hitter having achieved two Michelin stars at The Landmark Hotel and I loved his TV series French Leave. Surely he wouldn’t be involved in this (for want of a better word) crappy hotel? Read More
A fluffy, tender and light cake with a subtle tea flavour and gorgeous lemon curd filling. Topped with a light lemon curd flavoured mascarpone cream, this cake is best served with a cup of Earl Grey tea, and will last for up to two days. You will need 2 x 20cm cake tins and a wire rack for this recipe