This is a recipe I literally threw together after a hectic week. It really is more of an exercise in artless arrangement than it is actual cooking. While this boasts typical Italian flavours, ingredients and colours it also has a certain Christmassey flair to it. Perfect for a fuss-free festive flourish for your weeknight supper when you really don’t feel like cooking.
These are a real baker’s delight! Sweet, spicy and easy to make – a stand mixer really helps – but be patient. Create a warm environment and time for the dough to rise, twice, and I’m sure you’ll experience success with this recipe.
These light and airy crumpets are a great way to use up excess discarded and unfed sourdough starter. If you can fry a pancake, you can quickly whip up a huge batch of these!
As the foundation of a good pasta sauce, pizza base, or a stand-alone homage to humble and robust Italian flavours, Pomarola is simplicity and satisfaction in its truest form.
Buttery biscuits spiked with the flavours of Christmas; ‘like a mince pie without the mince pie!’
‘Tis the season to have friends around for brunch with a bottle of Bolly’, fa-la-la-la-la… Serve a few or a few more with a one-tray egg, bacon, sausage and potato wonder!