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For us home cooks though, some ingredients are just plain difficult to replace and up until fairly recently, I would have suggested olive oil was one of them. Rapeseed – a true alternative to olive oil.
Silicone bakeware is great. It is easy to clean, comes in bright colours, stored away small, is light-weight and is non-stick. Pretty and easy to use. I recently bought a bunch of muffin cases in the Habitat sale and find myself making muffins every second day. To have a good…
QUICK BITES… QUICK BITES
Ruthven’s is something of an Edinburgh institution dating back to 1983 a perfect place for afternoon tea.
What’s in season in January? It a time of year when we need those jaded palates revived – not too easy at the moment!
I’m thinking hearty soups and slow cooked stews, lovely fresh fish with delicate sauces … Do seek out some seasonal produce whether you’re cooking or eating out!
There are so many cafés in Edinburgh now that to compete, cafés have to become centres of excellence, specialists in one thing or another. Some are specialists in coffee. Others are specialists in something else: books, chocolate or bread, for example. Or tea. The tea house is a relatively recent addition…
Imagine learning to cook, hot, spicy Indonesian food at 40 degrees centigrade. It happened to me in Manila, capital of the Philippines.
Alas, I’ve not been on an exotic vacation, just a trip down memory lane.
New to gluten free cooking, I used Phil Vickery’s App to help me – how did I get on?
Looking for a hearty restaurant in Edinburgh, love fish? Seadogs should be on your list
Something a little different for breakfast? Try making our recipe for Swedish saffron buns, known as Lussekatter
What’s in season in December in Scotland?