As well as the baking to take to their Gran’s house they also baked a chocolate cake to have for their tea.
Stopping at the fish stall she spotted fresh darnes of salmon which would be perfect. At the vegetable market she filled a paper bag with handfuls of green beans.
‘Salmon with Coriander and Lime’Continue reading “Chapter 9 (Salmon with Coriander and Lime)”
Eva had mastered pastry making by sticking to a foolproof no nonsense recipe for short-crust pastry, it dated back to an old secondary school cookery book for a home economics class.
She liked to add leek to her Quiche Lorraine instead of onion.
First make short-crust pastry which will need to rest in the fridge for at least 30 minutes.Continue reading “Chapter 8 (Quiche Lorraine)”
Abandoning her list making she set about making their dinner and decided on a comforting homely cottage’s pie. Once again she got Hannah to help her out.
‘Cottage Pie’ (serves 6)Continue reading “Chapter 7 (Cottage Pie)”
They moved on from the Tio Pepe to the wine and Eva took her time with the cooking as Daniel munched on some pistachios.