This is a variation of the Greek potato-garlic puree made using roasted garlics which makes the taste more mellow. It's great on toast or crusty bread, or as a dip with veggies. From One Potato, Two Potato cookbook.
Like hot chocolate, but want to spice it up a bit? Here's a hot chocolate with a difference! If in Europe, I'd recommend using After Eight or Fazer mints, one per glass - or any other dark chocolate with mint crème filling.
I've been looking for a white chocolate and raspberry cookie recipe for ages... This hits the sweet spot. These are soft and fudgy white brownies, dotted with red raspberries. They can be made up to 3 days ahead and stored in an airtight container at room temperature.
This are the cookies I make for my weightlifting husband. They are very low in fat and full of protein - but although they are tasty enough you wouldn't really want to eat them for fun, they are more like protein bars in a cookie format.
This recipe is from Easy Entertaining with Michael Chiarello on Food Network. You may make this ahead and reheat. Make sure to either whisk it or blend it in a blender to make it light and foamy before serving.
If you've ever seen Scottish eggs, this is the seafood version of it. Eat with a nice dry cider - either main course for two or starters for four. The recipe is from the London fish restaurant called Livebait.
The sauce that smothers these halibut parcels and baby vegetables is called avgolemono and has a Greek origin. It's frothy and tangy - perfect complement to this dish. The recipe is from the London fish restaurant called Livebait.