Roast chicken French grandma style – with bacon, sage and chicken liver stuffing

2020-09-30T08:18:44+02:00Monday, 6 May 2019|Dinner|Tags: |

ROAST CHICKEN. Done properly, it has to be one of my all-time favourite things to eat. The trick of course is the ‘done properly’ part of this statement. It’s incredibly easy to stuff up roast chicken. Having said that, it’s also incredibly easy to get it right – as long as you follow just two basic rules: 1) use the [...]

Pork chops with mushrooms and cider cream sauce

2020-09-30T08:18:44+02:00Wednesday, 24 April 2019|Dinner|Tags: , |

Autumn is well and truly here. My driveway is covered in leaves that need raking every second day; the squirrels are super active, busily burying acorns in my lawn; and the cat is starting to look like one of those fancy outdoor puffer jackets. I wish I could magically grow a dense coat to get me through winter! As I’m [...]

Cheat’s rosemary pizza bread with pink peppered goat’s cheese, bresaola and figs

2020-09-30T08:18:45+02:00Friday, 22 February 2019|Baking, Dinner, Nibbles|

My search for the perfect fig for a TV commercial led me to the Oranjezicht City Farm Market at Granger Bay last Saturday. If you are remotely a foodie and have never been, this market next to the V&A Waterfront is an absolute must-visit. The quality of their produce is just stupendous, but more about this market in a separate [...]