Whether you like your scrambled eggs runny, firm, or somewhere in between, if you haven’t tried them infused with truffle yet then put that on your to-do list. Truffles and scrambled eggs are two ingredients that just seem made for each other.
With gradients of temperature, colour, and texture, eating this dish is truly a multi-sensory experience. The potato pancake provides a nice foundation to the richness of the salmon, and the brightness of the sorbet.
An upgrade of the classic, pastry encased, sausage roll. The pastry is still there, but the sausage filling is transformed by the addition of cashew nuts, apricots, ginger, and black pudding. Pork benefits from a fruity counterpoint, provided here by the charred zucchini and apple. And the mushroom Marmite gravy brings it all together.
An appetiser’s purpose… stimulate your appetite and leave you wanting more. The rich and complex flavours in this dish certainly had people hungry for more. Seared scallops are great any time any where. The black pudding spiked mash – delectable! And the roast garlic sauce – more please!
Came across some giant shiitake mushrooms in an organic vegetable shop. Turned out they make a divine cream of mushroom soup.
This Asian inspired dish layers creamy tofu encased in crispy tempura batter on top of fresh crunchy cucumber that has been smothered in a zingy ginger and sesame oil dressing.
The citrus and anise flavours complement the salmon perfectly. Slow baking ensures the flavours meld, yet the salmon remains moist and succulent. The citrus butter sauce further enhances the flavour, while adding a creaminess to the texture as only a beurre blanc style sauce can.
Two of the most subtle and delicate tasting shellfish deserve a sauce that highlights their qualities and character. This velouté style sauce, using salmon head stock, brings out the best in these these succulent delicacies.
Certainly a case where the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. A delectable combination.
A variation on a Bon Appétit recipe, this will be nothing like what you are expecting. It’s a rich sumptuous soup that really doesn’t taste anything like cauliflower. The smoked paprika infused garnish adds a colorful dimension both visually and to the flavour.