If you haven’t already tried Peruvian food, it is about time you did, especially with restaurants like Lima in Fitzrovia – the first Peruvian restaurant that got a Michelin star, which was awarded in 2013! The innovative and beautifully presented dishes at Lima are created by Head Chef, Robert Ortiz and Executive Chef, Virgilio Martinez which are served in a contemporary, small space with a lovely laid-back atmosphere. [Read More…]
The recipe for these biscuits is based on an old family recipe handed down through generations, usually used for Christmas biscuits. However, they can be enjoyed all year round and make for beautiful themed Easter biscuits as well. They are easy to make and great fun to decorate especially with little ones who can get creative with colourful glitter strands, edible sparkle dust or different coloured icing. They are best enjoyed with a cup of hot chocolate or tea and perfect to keep on hand for unexpected visitors over the Easter holidays.
Carrot cake is a wonderful Easter classic – incredibly moist, deliciously nutty and finished with a smooth cream cheese frosting, it makes for a stunning centerpiece! This carrot cake is made with ground almonds instead of flour, resulting in a cake that is gluten free but as delicious as its cousins that are made with regular flour. In fact, your friends and family won’t even notice that it does not contain any gluten, perfect for Easter brunch or a simple gathering.