DB Tait

15 followers
·
107 following
Blue Mountains, NSW Australia  ·  Romantic suspense writer.
DB Tait
More ideas from DB
Roasted broccoli, chilli and ricotta cake

Roasted broccoli, chilli and ricotta cake

Turkish Gozleme with Lamb - savoury homemade flatbreads from scratch filled with ground lamb, spices, herbs and feta cheese. You won't be able to eat just one! www.jocooks.com #gozleme via @jocooks

Turkish Gozleme with Lamb - savoury homemade flatbreads from scratch filled with ground lamb, spices, herbs and feta cheese. You won't be able to eat just one! www.jocooks.com #gozleme via @jocooks

NYT Cooking: Pungent from the fish sauce and garlic, sweet and sour from the honey and lime, and spicy from the jalapeño, the Houston chef Chris Shepherd likes to serve these golden-skinned chicken thighs with a green papaya salad. But anything crunchy and coleslaw-like will fare just as well. The longer you marinate the thighs, the more complex they become

NYT Cooking: Pungent from the fish sauce and garlic, sweet and sour from the honey and lime, and spicy from the jalapeño, the Houston chef Chris Shepherd likes to serve these golden-skinned chicken thighs with a green papaya salad. But anything crunchy and coleslaw-like will fare just as well. The longer you marinate the thighs, the more complex they become

Indian recipes

Indian recipes

Breakfast Egg Muffins 3 Ways are low carb, filling and quick to grab while running out of the door! | cafedelites.com

Breakfast Egg Muffins 3 Ways are low carb, filling and quick to grab while running out of the door! | cafedelites.com

NYT Cooking: This flourless, crustless tart is rich, moist, sweet and and prepared almost entirely on the stovetop (with the exception of a few minutes spent under the broiler to crisp the top). It is the ideal decadent breakfast, a new twist on the classic coffeecake or last-minute dessert.

NYT Cooking: This flourless, crustless tart is rich, moist, sweet and and prepared almost entirely on the stovetop (with the exception of a few minutes spent under the broiler to crisp the top). It is the ideal decadent breakfast, a new twist on the classic coffeecake or last-minute dessert.

Our most chocolatey chocolate recipes

Our most chocolatey chocolate recipes

Still suffering from that holiday hangover? Need something quick and easy that tastes good and is good for you? Well look no further.

Seasonal spring vegetables teamed with fresh eggs make the perfect filling for a nourishing spelt quiche.

Bacon and leek are such a classic combination, and for good reason. Add them to this simple quiche recipe and you've got a perfect picnic dish.

Bacon and leek are such a classic combination, and for good reason. Add them to this simple quiche recipe and you& got a perfect picnic dish.

Filo pie with greens, feta and pistachio

Filo pie with greens, feta and pistachio This is a version of the classic Greek spinach and cheese pie, spanakopita. I love the mix of greens, with the peppery rocket and textural silverbeet adding depth to the traditional spinach.

By putting in a little effort now, you can reap the rewards all week long.

Who better than THE Irish chef himself, Colin Fassnidge, to show you how to make this classic, warming stew. Be sure to freeze any leftovers for another day.

NYT Cooking: I’ve never been much of a muffin maker. If I’m going to bake, I’d prefer to make a whole cake. But there is one kind of muffin that I heartily embrace — an upside-down fruit muffin. Its small, individual size encourages the fruit to condense and caramelize as it bakes. Then, when you unmold the muffin, the fruit transforms into a glistening crown of an irresistible...

I’ve never been much of a muffin maker If I’m going to bake, I’d prefer to make a whole cake But there is one kind of muffin that I heartily embrace — an upside-down fruit muffin

NYT Cooking: Tarte Tatin isn't as American as apple pie, but it's a whole lot easier. With just four ingredients, it's all about the apples: the lovely taste and shape of the fruit are preserved by sugar and heat, with a buttery-salty crust underneath. This recipe from Gotham Bar and Grill in New York has a couple of tricks that make it easier to pull off than others: dry t...

Tarte Tatin isn't as American as apple pie, but it's a whole lot easier. With just four ingredients, it's all about the apples: the lovely taste and shape of the fruit are preserved by sugar and heat, with a buttery-salty crust underneath.