Comments Off on GREEK SHEEP AND GOAT’S FETA BAKED IN PHYLLO
This little bite of heaven is inspired by NIKOS and 2018 culinary trends, showcasing both ethnic and healthy ethnic kid-friendly cuisine. I loved the sweet simplicity of this dish, found on our new NIKOS menu and showcased this while adding … Read more
30 minutesComments Off on My POKE bowl: A taste of 2018
HAWAIIAN POKE (“po-kay”) is a mixture of island style flavours with Asian and sushi influences.
Introduced on my first summer course for this year-A taste of 2018-this was one of the most popular dishes ever served and I received regular … Read more
Comments Off on Butternut hummus with lemon thyme za’atar
On the first night of my Christmas course, I quietly gestured to Reuben to grab more butternut puree out of the fridge so as to make more hummus. I had served the dish with pate knives (and swiftly changed to … Read more
Comments Off on Lemon Thyme Za’atar
Za’tar in this context is a popular Middle Eastern blend of dried herbs but it is also a herb in it’s own right-grown along the slopes of the Syrian-Lebanese mountains-with long green leaves and a thyme-like flavour.
This fragrant herb … Read more
2 hours 20 minutesComments Off on White chocolate cheesecake mousse with rose and pink peppercorns
This recipe-which took me a while to dabble with-of sweet chocolate, pink peppercorns and rose aptly sums up the name of my 2017 Christmas course, “Sugar n’ Spice”.
Unlike other Rose water brands, Nielsen Massey’s rose water is distinctively authentic … Read more
Comments Off on Flatbread -with lavender and spice
This is a great way to start making “bread”. Nothing screams domestic goddess more than serving warm flatbread with a casual meal or allowing your kids to get involved to eat flatbread out the pan with leftovers.
For the 2017 … Read more