This nectarine galette is another very summery dessert, easy to make and even easier to scoff. I served it to guests recently and it vanished in a matter of minutes. Continue reading
I know, this is rather a summery dessert for this time of the year, but at least it’s served warm and it’s lovely after a spicy main course.
I needed to cut back my Moroccan mint before winter and didn’t want to waste the pepperminty leaves, so I made some mint sugar then had to decide what it would go best with. If you’re anything like as lazy as me, you’ll love this, an impressive-looking pud with minimum effort. Continue reading
This is a cheat’s version of cherry and almond tarts, knocked up almost entirely from ready-made ingredients. They are so good though … make them before the stoned fruit season is over. Continue reading
A ridiculously easy but mouth-watering pud, this is elegant enough to serve at a supper with friends but it’s just as good devoured with your loved one, head down, wings out, at the kitchen table. Continue reading
This is an easy way of making a dessert generous enough to serve six to eight people and it can be made a few hours ahead. Continue reading