I absolutely refuse to buy an ice cream maker, there’s no room in the cupboards, and even if there were the results of this no churn recipe are so good that I would never use it. I came across this recipe last year and it’s simple, delicious, and easy to tweak. Lemon lavender ice cream?… Continue reading No Churn Lemon Ice Cream
I bought the pasta machine about a decade ago, and like a lot of kitchen purchases it was more aspirational than practical. I mean, homemade pasta is good, but is it aching arms, clothes covered in flour, dough stuck under my nails for days good?
Potatoes don’t have to be boring! Roast with whole lemons and toss with fresh herbs to make a lovely summer side dish
A refreshing drink perfect for hot days and daydreams of the French Riviera
A fresh and vibrant hummus made with white kidney beans, lemon, roasted beets and feta
There is never enough lemon in lemon flavoured food. The solution, I’ve found, is to segment rather than squeeze. Segmenting and roughly chopping the lemon creates bursts of intense lemoniness throughout the food. I used the zest, roughly chopped segments, and remaining juice of one large lemon for this cake. All together it adds up… Continue reading Low-Sugar Lemon Loaf