28.3.12

When you're smiling

The whole world smiles with you.

A tune for yet another glorious sunny day.

and some food, we have turned to the Asia's chicken poached with ginger and lemongrass, the broth eaten with noodles and fresh herbs.

Frozen yoghurt, sushi, and the discovery of this food blog

Oxtail and sweet potato dauphinoise banished, as the bikin beckons.......

also the foodies amongst you, i am doing the pudding for dinner on Friday, suggestions please. It needs to be gluten free, and it is to follow what has now become known as the F***ing goose.

7 comments:

Mother Hen said...

Lemon posset or pavlova may suffice xxx

Alexandra Tarling said...

Gluten Free Girl maybe able to inspire you: http://glutenfreegirl.com/recipes/

FlowerGirl26 said...

Chocolate mousse - never fails! 4oz of plain chocolate per person (Bournville is good)and 1 egg per person. Melt the chocolate, but do not scald/burn! While the chocolate is melting, seperate the eggs. Beat the yolks into the melted chocolate. Whisk the whites into firm peaks. Fold in the whites to the chocolate bit by bit. When the whites are completely folded in, pour the chocolate liquid into container of choice and place in the fridge to set for at least 2 hours. Serve.

FlowerGirl26 said...

Alternatively, you could do Lemon Syllabub - that's just cream, white wine, sugar and lemons. Delia's Squidgey Chocolate Log is gluten free as well.

Zombelina said...

My only successful gluten free baking has been with this chocolate cake.

http://www.thomasinamiers.com/cooking/dark-chocolate-smoked-chilli-espresso-and-tequila-cake/171/#.T2CAATOnx88.facebook

Deep dark and delicious!

Mrs T-J said...

Vanilla panacotta with a plum compote? xxx

Nadine said...

Nigella's flourless chocolate cake with margarita cream is always a winner at my table.