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City Style and Living recipes spring 2019 Tapas_Tortilla-with-Artichoke-and-Serrano-Ham-(credit-Ryland-Peters-&-Small)
Tortilla with artichoke and serrano ham

Most tortillas are inverted onto a plate and returned to the pan to finish cooking. However, this tortilla is topped with Serrano ham and should be finished under the grill/broiler.


City Style and Living recipes spring 2019 Tapas_Marinated-Peppers-(credit-Ryland-Peters-&-Small)
Marinated Peppers (Tapas)

Marinated peppers are very simple but taste fantastic; for the best result, use small peppers. Serve on a slice of bread or toast, or go that bit further and serve the bread old-fashioned tapas-style on top of a glass of chilled sherry.


City Style and Living Magazine food Spanish tapas fried squid
Fried squid Roman-style

This classic tapas dish is served just about everywhere in Spain and is ever so simple and quick to make. The batter is deliciously light. The way to make the squid tender is to buy them small and not cook them for too long.


City Style and Living Magazine Spring 2019 Food Recipe Cherry bundt cake
Cherry Yogurt Bundt Cake

Serve this moist, buttery cake plain or with cream and more cherries.


City Style and Living Magazine Spring Baking passion fruit tart
Passion Fruit Tart

This tart has all the elements of a classic lemon meringue pie, but with a passion fruit twist.


City Style and Living Magazine Spring Baking Apple cremeux two plates
Apple and Cinnamon Crémeux Slice

Delightful with differing textures of fresh and baked fruit, crisp pastry and a creamy filling.


City Style and Living Magazine Recipes French toast for dinner
French Toast Breakfast for Dinner

When freshly fallen snow forms a blanket on the ground, there is nothing better than a warm, hearty breakfast.


City Style and Living Magazine Recipes HerbalistKitchen_PoachSalmon--(credit-Alexandra-Grablewski)
Oven-Poached Salmon with Crème Fraîche and Caper Dressing

This dish makes an excellent main course served alongside seasonal vegetables. It can also be served cold, with bread or crackers, as an appetizer.


City Style and Living Magazine Recipes Rosemary–Olive Oil Tea Cake HerbalistKitchen_RosemaryTeaCake-(credit-Keller-+-Keller-Photography)
Rosemary–Olive Oil Tea Cake

Someone once told me that if you want to sell a house, you should bake a loaf of bread. When you walk into a home where something is baking, feelings of comfort and warmth immediately surface.


City Style and Living Magazine Winter 2018 Herbalists kitchen lavender fizz
Lavender Fizz

This flowery, slightly sweet drink is a cross between soda and champagne and can contain a very small amount of alcohol. The carbonation is a natural by-product of the fermentation process, a sign that the fizz is active and alive.