My version of this famous Italian dessert is slightly lighter than the original and has the addition of raspberries for an added zing of freshness to go with the sharp espresso and cocoa. This definitely lives up to this dessert’s literal translation – “pick-me-up”.
Tim Tam Pina Colada biscuits are the perfect accompaniment to this tropical fruit parfait. They’re easy to make: simply layer the parfait components into glasses and serve with an indulgent Tim Tam Pina Colada biscuit or two on the side. Recipe by The Style Insider.
Roasting a cauliflower whole helps bring out its nutty flavour. Add an aromatic herb rub and creamy cheese sauce to the mix, and it becomes a truly magnificent dish! Taking it out of the oven all golden and bubbling will also help to bring a sense of theatre to your table.
Whether your preference is for sweet or savoury tarts, the French are famous for what they pile into buttery pastry shells. This simple caramelised onion tart is truly a thing of pure beauty and deliciousness. Makes 4 x 12cm tarts or 1 x 25cm tart
I love this easy variation on the original coq au vin recipe. It’s a great dish for large numbers as it can be prepared the day before and served from the large pot it’s cooked in. It needs nothing more than some bread to mop up the juices and a simple salad to refresh the palate. C’est bon!