Tuesday, 30 June 2015

Best Baked Beans Ever!

Summa Summa Summa time!

Did I leave the best for last? I’m pretty sure I did. You can almost bet money that baked beans will be at the next summer BBQ you attend. I can assure you however, that they won’t be like this. You know I had to add my own little special twist to the traditional fare as usual. In the case of these beans think zest!  

Friday, 26 June 2015

Cinnamon Sweet Potato Salad

Summa Summa Summa time!

This sweet potato salad is all kinds of delicious. The roasted sweet potatoes chick peas and raisins tossed in a deliciously sweet glaze is just perfection. You can have this hot or at room temp, the best thing is there is no mayo, so no worrying.

Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Redpepper cornbread

Summa Summa Summa time!

Another summer staple; Welcome the cornbread. It doesn’t get any more summer than that. Cornbread is just an every occasion bread, it’s not even about summer; Christmas, thanksgiving, every BBQ, every cookout cornbread is there and it’s not going anywhere any time soon. Best thing to do is get rid of the Jiffy and Betty Crocker, save those for the lazy days home and pull out the big guns for BBQ’s this summer, try this recipe.

Friday, 19 June 2015

Parmesan Garlic Fries

Summa Summa Summa time!

How many times have you had parmesan garlic fries at a restaurant and thought “I wish I could make them at home”. Well my fellow foodies I have cracked the parmesan garlic fries code ‘fa realz!’ And they taste EXACTLY like the ones we know and love at all these fabulous restaurants. The secret is in the parmesan, keep reading!

Tuesday, 16 June 2015

Creamy Honey Coleslaw

Summa Summa Summa time!

I previously wrote that the Cesar salad is the summer salad king. Well if Cesar salad is the king coleslaw is the queen or at least the prince or princess.  A perfectly seasoned and flavorful cold coleslaw does wonders for a burger, hotdog or aside some delicious fried chicken, bbq chicken or ribs. It’s a recipe we must all have under our belts for the summer.

Friday, 12 June 2015

Lemon Mint Fruit cocktail

Summa Summa Summa time!

What summer BBQ would be complete without a fruit salad or a fruit cocktail? On this, another Friday I bring to you a jazzed up fruit salad you won’t make any other any after you have tried this. Its minty, sour, sweet so refreshing and perfect for summer in every way.

Tuesday, 9 June 2015

Blooming Onions Fried not baked!

Summa Summa Summa time!

The seemingly unattainable suddenly is. How many times have you seen this on the internet or at a restaurant and thought “how cool would it be if I could make that” Well today the wondering stops. It may look complicated but its absolutely not. And with this home-made version you have the control of your ingredients to create a delicious appetizer, snack or supper side dish. Ditch the onion rings!

Friday, 5 June 2015

Kale and apple salad with pomegranate vinaigrette

Summa Summa Summa time!

Its about that time when we mix veggies and fruits. The lovely and highly anticipated summer months are here. I too have joined the club but instead of bringing you the typical Cesar salad which is clearly the official salad of summer BBQ’s or worse the ready-made flavorless salad in a bag, you get this;  A fresh, crunchy, tangy, sweet, oniony and yummaaaay Kale salad. Yes you can eat kale raw, taste just like lettuce I promise.

Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Curry Butter Foil Roasted Corn

Summa Summa Summa time!

It’s time for some BBQ’s. This month it’s all about the best home-made side dishes for your picnics and BBQ’s. Chicken, ribs, hamburgers and hot dogs all need side dishes to make that summer plate complete.  I’m sure you’re going to get invited somewhere and you may need a “Wow” recipe. Or you’re the host and you want some epic food to go with the fun. In either case I’ve got you covered as usual. First up is a corn on the cob, but with a super delicious and interesting twist; Curry!

Friday, 29 May 2015

Parsley soufflé omelette

The best way to eat an egg!

In researching omelette types I discovered the soufflé omelette. An interesting method where the whites are whipped separately from the yolks then combined to make a fluffier fuller omelette. I decided to use a few herbs, some flavored cheese and put the method to the test. It really does work.