Sicilian Cassata

Sicilian Cassata

The Arabs brought this dessert to Sicily and the name “cassata” is said to come from the Arabic meaning bowl. The dessert was adapted in the sixteenth century by nuns, who were fabulous pastry cooks, from the many convents on the island. I visited Sicily a couple of years ago with my sister Estella onRead more

Anzac Biscuits

Anzac Biscuits

My homage to the Commonwealth Games comes in the form of these delicious Anzac Biscuits. With this years games being held on Australia’s Gold Coast I wanted to create something that would highlight this. I may not be a sporty gal myself but I do enjoy watching all those talented sportsmen and women do whatRead more

Warrens Brunch

Fabulous February

The Pig at Combe is one of my favourite foodie destinations. I love the ethos of the menu. The ‘freshly picked this morning’ section utilising their kitchen garden and the 25-mile radius limit on sourcing other produce makes me very happy. Keeping things local means that the local community thrives and money stays in theRead more