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Creole Kitchen’s Coconut Slaw

Caribbean food is the perfect summertime cuisine so I'm thrilled that renowned cook, Vanessa Bolosier, is sharing some of her favourite recipes here on the blog.
by Honest Mum on Jun 29, 2016

The Everyday Baker by Abigail Johnson Dodge - Review

The author is an established cookery writer, pastry chef/baking expertThe Great British Bake Off has inspired many of us to learn to bake, and this book which is full to the brim with recipes and technical know how, will be invaluable for many years...
by Kitchen Delights on Feb 5, 2016

Christmas Gift Guide Ideas For the Home Cook

Taste - The Infographic Book of Food by Laura RoweFoodies will adore this book it's a real page turner, perfect for Christmas Day and one to keep on the coffee table after the 'big day'.  The inside of the book with it's amazing illustrations ar...
by Kitchen Delights on Nov 21, 2015

Let There Be Meat (Book Review)

Let There Be Meat is the perfect book for anyone who is already adventurous with barbecue cooking, or those who long to take their knowledge and skill to another level. Written by James Douglas and Scott Munro who spent seven years in the US masterin...
by Kitchen Delights on Jul 14, 2015

Review: Vanilla Table by Natasha MacAller

Vanilla Table, the essence of exquisite cooking from the world's best chefs, is a culinary celebration of all things vanilla. Written by International Chef Natasha MacAller, there are 100 recipes and 33 international award winning chefs including the...
by Kitchen Delights on Mar 2, 2015

Giveaway - The Hummingbird Bakery Life is Sweet

You can't help but fall in love with a cookery book which has 100 original recipes for happy home baking. This book is the fourth cookbook written by Tarek Malouf, famous for opening The Hummingbird Bakery in London back in 2004.Most of us are famili...
by Kitchen Delights on Feb 26, 2015

Giveaway - The Hummingbird Bakery Life is Sweet

You can't help but fall in love with a cookery book which has 100 original recipes for happy home baking. This book is the fourth cookbook written by Tarek Malouf, famous for opening The Hummingbird Bakery in London back in 2004.Most of us are famili...
by Kitchen Delights on Feb 26, 2015

What to Bake & How to Bake it by Jane Hornby - Review

I think we either embrace baking or we feel the fear. Sometimes the thoughts of perfection are enough to make us buy a cake, slap on some bought butter cream, scatter over a few sprinkles and say it's our own. Unfortunately, many people haven't had...
by Kitchen Delights on Dec 1, 2014

What to Bake & How to Bake it by Jane Hornby - Review

I think we either embrace baking or we feel the fear. Sometimes the thoughts of perfection are enough to make us buy a cake, slap on some bought butter cream, scatter over a few sprinkles and say it's our own. Unfortunately, many people haven't had t...
by Kitchen Delights on Dec 1, 2014

Book Review - Egg by Michael Ruhlman

Egg: A Culinary Exploration of the World's Most Versatile Ingredient by author Michael Ruhlman, described as a culinary wizard, he has written this book dedicated to the egg which came out in October 2014. The introduction explains 'all the things yo...
by Kitchen Delights on Nov 10, 2014

Book Review - Egg by Michael Ruhlman

Egg: A Culinary Exploration of the World's Most Versatile Ingredient by author Michael Ruhlman, described as a culinary wizard, he has written this book dedicated to the egg which came out in October 2014. The introduction explains 'all the things yo...
by Kitchen Delights on Nov 10, 2014

The Antwerp Book Convention

It’s time to read again! And what a better place to find books than at your annual Antwerp book convention. Since its Halloween start, over forty thousand people have visited the happening, including the team members of BonBagage.  A summar...
by BonBagage on Nov 5, 2014

Popcorn! by Carol Beckerman - Review

I have a confession - my only encounter these days with popcorn is when my hubby buys an oversized and ridiculously expensive bag of popcorn at the cinema. Many years ago I used to occasionally buy a well known buttery popcorn to snack on which was m...
by Kitchen Delights on Jun 25, 2014

Cancer Research UK #ActNowForResearch

Kitchen Delights is supporting Cancer Research UK in the worlds first digital 'DO' button. Basically, the 'DO' button is to encourage all of us not just to 'like' but to do something for charity.Taking action isn't just about donating money. A genera...
by Kitchen Delights on Mar 6, 2014

Foodie Christmas Gifts 2013 - Part Two

No.3 London Dry GinNo.3 London Dry Gin is owned by Berry Brothers & Rudd, Britain’s oldest wine and spirit merchants (established in 1698) and the Wine & Spirit Merchants by Appointment to both HM The Queen and The Prince of Wales. It was...
by Kitchen Delights on Nov 8, 2013

A Love for Food by Daylesford - Book Review

Carol Bamford, the founder of  Daylesford, came to Gloucestershire in 1992 and the start of the journey was to convert the land to become organic to produce local, seasonal and sustainable foods. A step back in time - I can remember my grandpare...
by Kitchen Delights on Sep 23, 2013

Fresh Berry Scones - Great British Bake Off Everyday

The crunchy demerara topping on the lid is the best part of the scones and I eat the lid first!I have a passion for scones but so much the better if berries are incorporated into them. Blueberry scones are my favourite but here we have both blue...
by Kitchen Delights on Sep 15, 2013

Blackberry Buttermilk Sponge

The sponge has a lovely crunchy demerara sugar toppingThis easy to make blackberry buttermilk sponge has a lovely tender crumb and if you can get hedgerow blackberries the cake will taste even better. My blackberries came from the supermarket, they w...
by Kitchen Delights on Sep 7, 2013

One Bowl Baking - Book Review

It takes only 15 minutes to make the majority of recipes from this cookery book and no fancy kitchen equipment is required other than a set of scales for weighing out.  Simple to follow recipes and baking from scratch to produce delicious cakes...
by Kitchen Delights on Aug 21, 2013

Banana Bread - Nigella Lawson Recipe

After cooling cover in cling wrap and place the cake in the fridge, slice and open freezeGood news! I now have a working kitchen, now for the bad news, the kitchen is still to be finished. There is decorating taking place by my husband, a few m...
by Kitchen Delights on Aug 10, 2013


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