The smell of wood smoke, the tang of fresh shellfish, the aroma of frying onions – smells and tastes can transport us to another place in an instant.
The irony of the biggest sporting event in the world being enjoyed by millions of people sitting on their sofas for a straight fortnight is not lost on us!
On evenings when we feel motivated, we’ll often decide to open one of our many recipes books and try to make something exotic and exciting. We flick through, looking at lots of colourful pictures and we scan ingredient lists ticking off what we have until we find something unusual that sounds too hard to acquire, we dismiss it and open up the drawer of take-out menus again. Continue reading “Why you don’t need to omit a key ingredient from your Tagine anymore”
Fresh herbs are a fantastic way to finish a dish; they add a great depth of flavour and a pleasing splash of additional colour. The problem is what to do with any leftovers? Try this neat trick next time you find yourself with a herby surplus!