Laura Hughes
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Use seasonal rhubarb to make a G&T with a difference, or top with soda water for a refreshing summertime drink in glorious pink

Mix seasonal fruits with juices, wines or spirits to make refreshing drinks to enjoy during the long hot summer evenings.

The easiest slow cooker Christmas ham, lightly spiced and served with a refreshing red cabbage salad

Take the stress out of Christmas cooking with this easiest ever slow cooker festive ham

Guests won’t be able to resist these bite-sized crispy potatoes, roasted with rosemary and honey and topped with crumbled gorgonzola

Hasselback potatoes with gorgonzola & honey bite-sized crispy potatoes, roasted with rosemary and honey and topped with crumbled gorgonzola. perfect for all you lot planning a festive party. recipe over on my website and in xx

Roasted Beef Tenderloin with Mushrooms and White Wine Cream Sauce.

Roasted Beef Tenderloin with Mushrooms and White Wine Cream Sauce. Who says you have to pair red wine with red meat? Try this with a Missouri Chardonel white wine.

Bacon Green Bean Bundles have tender crisp green beans wrapped in bacon and brushed with a simple brown sugar glaze. These are easy enough for a weeknight meal and pretty enough to impress your guests alongside a steak dinner!

Bacon Green Bean Bundles ~ Tender crisp green beans wrapped in bacon and brushed with a simple brown sugar glaze. These are easy enough for a weeknight meal and pretty enough to impress your guests alongside a steak dinner!

Freeze coffee as ice cubes and serve with Baileys...ooh Christmas, I look forward to you.

Baileys and frozen coffee cubes. Brewed coffee, Baileys Irish Cream and Vanilla Vodka. Freeze coffee as ice cubes and toss in a cup of Baileys and Vanilla Vodka! Or if you want just an iced coffee, take out the alcohol!

Melt-in-the-Mouth Burnt Aubergine and Spinach Curry | K.O Rasoi - Eggplant Gujarati Recipes Indian Recipes

Melt-in-the-Mouth Burnt Aubergine and Spinach Curry. I live and breathe Gujarati food. Simple vegetarian dishes we’d eat every night when I was young are what have inspired my love of cooking today. Oroh was one of those dishes mum would cook a.