French Onion Soup

French onion soup is an incomparably delicious and heartwarming dish of minced onions and beef stock, toasted bread, and grated and grilled Gruyère cheese. Its gastronomic roots are in the broths of Ancient Rome, prepared for the first time over 8,000 years ago. Throughout history, they were seen as food for poor people, as onions…

Portobello Mushrooms stuffed with blue cheese and fresh herbs

So simple yet so delicious. Portobello Mushroom cups stuffed with blue cheese, parsley, thyme, rosemary and breadcrumbs. Ready in less than 20 minutes, perfect as a starter, light summer meal or as an appetizer at your party.  They are fabulously tasty and your guests are going to love it. PRE: 10 minutes     COOK:…

Heaven in a bowl – Vietnamese Beef Noodle Pho

Vietnam is a country with a history spanning more than 3,500 years, but pho is a relatively new food. It was born at the beginning of the twentieth century in and around Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, located in the northern part of the country. Where does the original pho come from? Some say that…

Chicken, bacon, mushroom and thyme Pie

Who does not love pies? Comforting, warm, bursting with flavours with every mouthful being slightly different depends on what exactly lands on your spoon and I cannot forget crispy puff pastry which makes this experience even better. Doing some research into “Pies” I found that pie-like dishes have been around since the ancient Egyptians who used…

Mouthwatering Steak Diane inspired by Marcus Wareing’s skill test

Safe to say that I am not exactly the biggest lover or eater of red meat, however on occasion I do enjoy “steak night”. I was watching MasterChef Professionals 2016 when Michelin starred Chef Marcus Wareing cooked Steak Diane as his invention test. It looked damn delicious! With Marcus as my inspiration, this recipe is…