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City Style and Living Magazine parsley Pesto
Flat Leaf Parsley Pesto

An alternative to well-known basil pesto, this version has a tangy flavour with notes of lemon.


City Style and Living Magazine Pea mint Pasta easy recipe
Handmade Pasta Layered with Fresh Ricotta, Mint and Peas

A light, easy to make pasta dish that pairs excellently with pinot gris.


City Style and Living Magazine Ducksoup Peaches Raspberries & Creme Fraiche-pic
Peaches, Raspberries & Crème Fraîche

Ripe peaches, strawberries, raspberries, apricots, and a wealth of other summer fruits are just ideal for tearing apart, throwing into a bowl, adding a little sugar, and letting them macerate in their own juices. Add a dollop of crème fraîche or ice cream. Divine. We think there is something extra special about the pairing of
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City Style and Living Magazine ducksoup Fennel salata pic
Shaved Fennel, Fava Beans, Peas, Dill & Ricotta Salata

An easy summer salad packed full of vibrant summery flavors. It’s ideal as a supper for two or doubled up and arranged on a large platter for a sharing feast. The anise from the fennel is set off by the sweet peas and fava beans, and the ricotta salata gives the salad a natural seasoning, so all you need to dress it with are olive oil and lemon.


City Style and Living Magazine orzo pasta with tomatoes and feta
Orzo Pasta, Spicy Tomato Sauce & Feta

Chefs Clare Lattin and Tom Hill of popular London restaurant Ducksoup, offer the best of simple, seasonal cooking in their debut cookbook.


City Style and Living Magazine Goats Cheese close up with flowers for summer
Pressed Flower and Herb Goat Cheese

Make an impact at your next gathering with these colourful cheese round appetizers.


City Style and Living Magazine recipes halloumi bowl for summer
A Halloumi of a Time

Great as a light, low carb meal or side dish.


city style and living magazine saffron quinoa bowl
Saffron Quinoa Bowl

A vegetarian bowl with grains and protein perfect for suppertime.


City Style and Living Original San Antonio Chili Chile Pepper Bible
Original San Antonio Chili

If you are looking for the ground beef chili your mother made for Friday night dinner, this isn’t it. If instead you want to taste what amounts to a fabulous, highly spiced beef stew, then I highly recommend this chili.


City Style and Living Tagine of Chicken with Apricot Chile Pepper Bible
Tagine of Chicken with Apricots

Tagine is the name for a type of earthenware vessel as well as the stew-like dishes that are cooked in it. They are popular throughout North Africa and differ among locales. This one is my own invention, but the addition of harissa gives it a Tunisian spin. I love the juxtaposition of hot and sweet flavors. It is easy enough to make for a weeknight meal, but with a tiny bit of dressing up, it is also perfect for guests.