Our recipe of the week comes courtesy of Anna May from her fantastic blog, Anna May Everyday - All content and images belong to Anna. It originally appeared on the 28th March 2017. Please subscribe to her excellent blog with some really delicious recipes! Do you ever wonder what to cook for supper? Despite spending a… Continue reading Chorizo Meatballs with Tomato Sauce, Greens and Dirty Rice by Anna May
Jim Fisher, head chef tutor and co-owner of Exeter Cookery School, shares his fail-safe method for creating show-stopping desserts adorned with spun sugar cages, baskets and springs – or for Easter, why not make an edible nest for mini chocolate eggs! Spun Sugar Cages, Baskets and Springs This is something I love teaching on our… Continue reading Get Spun with Easter Sugar Fun – Exeter Cookery School Recipe
Once again, thanks to the power of the internet, I randomly came across British Leeks' mission of trying to get more people cooking and eating leeks. At their best from November to April, these winter veggies are in season right now and can be used in a whole host of ways, kept fairly crunchy or… Continue reading British Leeks are in Season: Beef Wellington with Leek Mousseline Recipe Review – by Lauren Heath
Life is busy at the moment for Hornbrook Kitchen, but Chef Tom Allbrook has brought us another delicious Recipe Of The Week! I love venison, and this recipe really brings out of the best in this rich meat. Ingredients: (Serves 5 people) 1x carrot 1x red onion 3x garlic cloves 2x celery sticks ½ beef… Continue reading Hornbrook Kitchen’s Venison Ragu
Rum, reggae and jerk is coming to Exeter! Turtle Bay will open on 23 rd August in Exeter. Their first restaurant in Devon will be bringing a brand new, blissful Caribbean dining and drinking experience to the people of Exeter! The concept celebrates the lively, colourful, soulful and, above all, delicious experiences that the Caribbean… Continue reading Jerk Salmon with Pineapple Salsa courtesy of Turtle Bay
We've been busy coming up with sandwiches for Burt's Chips Ultimate Crisp Sandwich project. Some have been disasters (you won't read about those!) The second one we had great fun making was a classic with a modern twist. Search for #ultimatecrispsandwich on Twitter and get the latest on this excellent summer campaign. Yes, its a… Continue reading Cheese and Pickled Onion Sandwich
One of my favourite flavour combinations has to be Ham & Egg. Chef Tom Allbrook has come up with this scrumptious recipe with these two elements and with the added loveliness of Black Pudding. Another exclusive Recipe Of The Week for Eating Exeter! Ingredients: Slices of good quality bread (better if homemade) 2 Slices good… Continue reading The Ultimate Hornbrook Brunch – Ham, eggs and black pudding.
Ingredients for the white pizza sauce: 1x tbsp. Plain flour 4x Garlic cloves, thinly sliced 300ml Milk 150g Parmesan 25g Unsalted butter Method: In a saucepan place the milk, sliced garlic, butter, salt and pepper. Bring this up to a simmer then add the flour, mix well, and leave to stand on one side for use… Continue reading Rosemary, Onion & Potato Pizza from Chef Tom Allbrook
I am chuffed to bits to be able to present a series of recipes from the talented North Devon based Chef Tom Allbrook from HornBrook Kitchen who will be offering a 'recipe of the week'. HornBrook Kitchen is a new venture that is set to take the Devon food scene by storm! They love vegetarian… Continue reading Broadbean Pea & Courgette Crostini’s from Chef Tom Allbrook
Canape : Trewithen Clotted Cream, Cornish cheddar & Parsley Croquetta Makes 4 Croquetta Ingredients: 200-250ml of whole Trewithen milk 1 bay leaf 2 cloves 1 slice of an onion 1 sprig of fresh thyme A pinch of ground mace 60g organic flour 30g Trewithen butter 250g Cornish cheddar 100g flat leaf parsley, chopped 1tbsp Trewithen… Continue reading Free Recipe 1: Canape – Trewithen Clotted Cream, Cornish cheddar & Parsley Croquetta
Happy Cornish Clotted Christmas: For the ultimate in indulgent festive fare, with a unique Cornish twist, Trewithen Dairy are onceagain inviting Christmas cooks to take inspiration from their new and exclusive Cornish Clotted Christmas menu. Available to download from the Trewithen Dairy website, or as a 12 page booklet from selected independent retailers, each of the… Continue reading A Happy Cornish Clotted Christmas! – Free River Cottage Recipes from Trewithen Dairy this week…
Our kitchen is about the size of a knat's testicle and given the tiny amount of surface space we actually have, I am all for the student modus operandi when it comes to cooking. There is no shame in using a jar of pesto opposed to fresh pesto that you make yourself, and I can't… Continue reading Easy Chicken and Pesto Pasta – Ideal for beginners
IRISH CREAM TIRAMISU I've long been tinkering about with a bottle of Bailey's, seeing how it could b... - http://pinterest.com/pin/210332245072779612/?utm_source=android_share
Juliet has sent this recipe to Eating Exeter, it sounds lovely. Please note photograph is a stock photo as Juliet's photo disagreed with WordPress(!?) Hungarian Goulash I’ve no idea whether this recipe, which my mother gave to me many years ago, is authentic or not but I can assure you of one thing at least;… Continue reading Guest Post: Hungarian Goulash by Juliet Martin
Final vintage recipe card post today! This is the easiest recipe ever!!
A seafood themed recipe for you fish-heads out there. I don't often do seafood as I am not a massive fan, as we're on a theme this afternoon I thought I would put this in.
This is another cheeky repost from Recipe Vintage. I had to share this crazy idea for a Christmas themed dessert as it was the strangest thing I had seen in a while.
My wife is an awesome chef. I call her a chef as she has a vast amount of skills and an understanding of food that I don't really have. One basic understanding is following a recipe, and knowing what to substitute in lieu of any of the key ingredients. We tucked in to a recipe… Continue reading Pork Sausage and Apple Bake (Courtesy of Morrisons Magazine)
Beef Bourguinon (Fondue Method) Tonight is going to be a bit of a recipe night on Eating Exeter. This will be the first of a few, so prepare your scrapbook! The recipes come thanks to Recipe Vintage, Eating Exeter's sister site. Beef Bourguinon. Some people spell it with an 'ne' on the end, others don't… Continue reading Beef Bourguinon (Fondue Method)
Apologies to those who follow Eating Exeter on Twitter (@eatingexeter) if you have already seen this. But I had to share another one of Recipe Vintage's scanned in recipe cards from the 60's. (What is the right way, 60's or sixties when you're writing?) This is 'Economical Light Fruit Cake', so called because its meant… Continue reading Economical Light Fruit Cake Recipe (courtesy of Recipe Vintage)