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Jamie Oliver’s Roasted Salmon Tail With Sunshine Salad

Roasted salmon tail might not come across as a summer dish but once you’ve seen the final product, you’ll want to try it! The salmon is flavoured with green tea, garlic and sesame oil – an unusual selection of seasoning for this kind of fish. However, it does sound rather exciting! The salad can be […]

Jamie Oliver’s Healthy Salmon Recipe With Asparagus & Courgette

Pan-Fried Salmon with Tomato Couscous | Jamie Oliver This simple and healthy salmon recipe makes the perfect weekday meal. Served with tender asparagus and courgette on a bed of couscous, you can't go wrong. Posted by Jamie Oliver on Tuesday, 27 June 2017 Jamie Oliver recently shared a lovely midweek meal on Facebook –  simple […]

Jamie Oliver’s Recipe For Spicy Chilli Sauce!

Yesterday, Jamie Oliver put out a new video recipe for chilli sauce. It obviously caught my attention as I love chillies and love making sauces with them. In my own sauces, I have used vinegar and brown sugar to get that sharp yet slightly sweet taste. Jamie did the same thing but where as I […]

Jamie Oliver’s Easter Lamb

What will you be cooking this Easter? This recipe from Jamie Oliver for Easter lamb looks delicious and is brushed with a mixture of garlic and mint…I can just imagine the smell oozing from the oven as this roasts. Served with fresh spring veg and boiled or roast potatoes this recipe does sound yummy. If […]

Jamie Oliver’s Grilled Lamb Kebabs

Here’s something new to try this weekend. Get out your blender and have a go at making your own grilled kebabs. All you need is lamb, cumin, chilli powder and salt and pepper. Jamie adds sumac for extra flavour but you can always leave it out or substitute it for something else. The kebabs are […]

Principles for superb salads

Making a salad may sound simple and you may be wondering why we are featuring a post on the principles of a superb salad. Well, rather than just having lettuce, cucumber, tomatoes and a bit of onion along with maybe a protein of some sort why not listen to Jamie Oliver talking us through what else we can […]

Going rustic with Caesar Salad

It is quite possible the Caesar Salad is the most popular and famous salad going. It was named after it’s creator, Caesar Cardini. An Italian immigrant who owned restaurants in Mexico and the USA. Wikiedpia says that,  Cardini was living in San Diego but also working in Tijuana where he avoided the restrictions of Prohibition. His daughter Rosa (1928–2003) recounted that her father […]

Onion soup, something warm and hearty for cold winter evenings

Nothing beats a warming bowl of soup on cold days. Some how it just seems able to reach down and warm you up. For me, one of the nicest soups is onion soup, especially as the markets are still a good source of supply. The humble onion is pretty much a staple these days. There […]

Seafood Week: Fish Pie

Fish Pie is a great dish for lunch or supper and is easy to make. It’s also a good dish to make in bulk and then freeze in portions for when you need something to fall back on. There are many different types of fish and seafood you can use for a fish pie, just use your […]

Italian Week: Jamie Oliver’s chocolatey Tiramisu

It’s Italian dessert time! I’ve found a great recipe from Jamie Oliver today who is making a scrummy chocolatey tiramisu along with his great friend Genarro Contaldo while sitting by a canal in Venice. Genarro and Jamie make a great double act and the video is therefore entertaining as always. What you will need to […]