With such a varied collection of recipes to choose from; including international cuisine, seasonal food, recipes for course meals – as well as a range of recipes for pasta and beef dishes – Chef’s Pencil has something to surprise and impress your guests.
For example, we can help you turn a dreary pasta dish into something truly sensational! And it doesn’t matter what level you’re at, be it pro or novice, we have the most scrumptious recipes to satisfy and delight, enabling you to entertain in style!
Lemon Tart – Italian Leafy Lemons with Crème Fraiche Posted May 24, 2016 by Robert Thompson Posted in: Baking & Pastry...view all
Michael Facey’s Mead and Malt Glazed Lamb Shoulder with Cheddar and Parsnip Hash Browns, Salt Baked Turnips, Glazed Carrots...view all
Cod ‘Yolk’, Sage Cream and Pea Shoots, Salt and Vinegar Rice Posted May 6, 2016 by Simon Rogan Posted in: Seafood | Cuisi...view all
Tuna Sashimi – Yuzu Dressing – Baby Coriander Posted March 29, 2016 by Sarah French Posted in: Seafood | Cuisines...view all
By - Paul Hegeman, March 28, 2016
Tuna is the world's most popularly eaten fish. Unfortunately much of this huge consumption is aided by millions of can ope...view all
By - Thomas Wenger, March 28, 2016
I love this salad for summer time, warm weather, picnic's and when friends come over for a swim by the pool. It is very si...view all
TZATZIKI – CUCUMBER YOGURT DIP Posted March 15, 2016 by Ronen Skinezes Posted in: Dressings, Dips, Spreads | Cuisines: Gree...view all
The photo of the scallops is beautiful. It is meant to inspire and not restrict. It seemed to be one of the most do-able o...view all
Mahogany Salmon Marinade Posted March 7, 2016 by Charlie Ayers Posted in: Seafood, Stocks, Sauces, Marinades | Cuisines: Amer...view all
Who doesn’t like monkfish?? Really, it’s meaty in a delicate fish form and is used all over; with olives, with bacon, ...view all