Laduree? Bah! Indulge yourself in a taste of French cafe culture with this famous Parisian tea room delicacy. And as Princess Lottie shows us, it can be done simply and to perfection. Devour at your leisure, or share if you’re feeling generous. I wouldn’t!
These are seriously wicked, moist, lush brownies that you have to make once before you die. I used Green and Blacks Organic 70% dark chocolate, dried sour cherries, and roughly chopped brazil nuts to get maximum intensity.
Carnivores revel! Feast your eyes on this. When I first laid eyes on this slab of juicy rib of beef prepared by Princess Lottie, I thought, ‘yes’ this is what Growling belly is truly about. High quality produce, simply prepared and beautifully presented. You know you want it….
A perfect way to indulge if you’re just in the mood for red meat! Mr Slater recommends to use fillet of beef, but we love it just as well with a rib of beef. Served here with cayenne spiced sweet potato wedges. See the recipe…
As always Princess Lottie spoils Waynsey on a Sunday with some kinda awesome treat. This cupcake looks stunning and imagine that this is just a slice from a GIANT cupcake. OMG It must be heavenly. Hurrah Lottie!
“Coconut cake baked with a smattering of raspberries then coated in a vanilla cream cheese frosting. The base has been rolled in a mixture of toasted flaked coconut and almonds. Finally I sprinkled a little dessicated coconut on top for that extra flavour.”
Hurrah! It’s a warm Saturday, so I hop on the train to Bath Spa to steam and soak in the thermal waters which gives me the mighty appetite. A proper English tea with scones and cream is in order. The Pump Room in the old Roman Baths is the place to go.
Another nostalgic afternoon in the kitchen, making these rich, delicious Ozzie treats. The Yo yo, aptly named, involves the sandwiching of two thick buttery biscuits with a sweet vanilla cream. My man with the munchies cannot stop eating them. Get the recipe here…