Sometimes keeping it simple is the secret of success you can add too many flavours and ingredients to a dish. I think that's why Italian cuisine is one of my passions just letting the quality of the ingredients shine like this Penne tossed with Spinach, ripe Cherry Tomatoes, Baby Spinach and fresh Pesto.
Top tip - for the secret of great Roast Potatoes with your Tradional Sunday Lunch try a dusting of fine Cornmeal or Polenta flour to get them really crispy then mist with Apple Cider Vinegar before the final ten minutes of cooking. If you enjoyed this tip then visit www.anislandchef.co.uk for lots more recipes and cookery information. #bloodylovely #anislandchef
Getting some nice colour onto some Beef Short Ribs ready for a long slow braise with lots of red wine, celery onion, carrot and a big Bouquet Garni of fresh herbs. When the meat is meltingly tender and falling off the bone it will make a delicious sauce and very good eating
Fancy making the ultimate Cheese and Ham Melted Sandwich then follow the photomontage or the simple instructions on An Island Chef blog. As long as you have cheese, ham and mayo this is so easy and so delicious.