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  • chilled vanilla chia pudding with poached plums - Luisa Farelo Hayes
    until ready to serve To Prepare the poached plums Place all ingredients into a small saucepan except the plums and stir over a medium heat until sugar has dissolved Once sugar has dissolved add the plums and poach for about 5 10 minutes depending on ripeness or until only just softened Be careful not to over cook them or otherwise they will become too soft and mushy Remove from heat and refrigerate allowing to marinade for at least 30 minutes before serving To serve spoon a couple of poached plum wedges on top of the chia seed pudding and drizzle with a little of the poaching liquid Serve chilled with an extra dollop of Greek yoghurt if desired This recipe was especially developed for Crush Online Photographer Henk Hattingh Recipes and styling Luisa Farelo Hayes Tweet breakfast chia Food Styling healthy luisa farelo pudding vanilla Blood Orange Olive Oil Cake self saucing boozy chocolate pudding No comments yet Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Email will not be published required Website Copy This Password Type Or Paste Password Here Comment Search Popular Latest Tags Video Hearty Beef and Red wine stew May 29 2012 Spicy Calamari Chorizo and Chickpea Linguini September 2 2011 Slow cooked shin of veal August 18 2011 Red Velvet Cupcakes with Marshmallow Butter Cream Icing May 25 2012 vodka chilli butterscotch sauce May 19 2014 vanilla custard slice October 19 2014 Honeycomb October 16 2014 prawn and coriander dim sum October 16 2014 sesame crusted yellowtail with ginger honey lime soy sauce October 16 2014 gluten free banana and almond crumpets October 16 2014 foodstyling Almonds amarula cream breakfast Cake Cape Town Restaurants Chicken chocolate cocoa cooking for one cream cheese icing Crush Online dessert Dim Sum Dumplings flatbreads Food Styling garlic

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  • Blog - Page 10 of 10 - Luisa Farelo Hayes
    from an amazing trip to Switzerland where I not only cooked up a storm but also ate out at some amazing restaurants in Gstaad Last Monday evening Ashton my fiancée was waiting for me at arrivals with a huge bunch of flowers and a Vida which he mistakenly drank He had Continue Reading 4 Slow cooked shin of veal By Luisa on August 18 2011 in Beef Recipes Gstaad has one of the finest butchers I have ever seen Their selection of meat is outstanding and the staff so incredibly friendly What I love most about this particular butcher is that he basically decides my menu du jour for me Awesome He greets me with a huge welcoming smile and begins to show me Continue Reading 3 Previous 1 9 10 Search Popular Latest Tags Video Hearty Beef and Red wine stew May 29 2012 Spicy Calamari Chorizo and Chickpea Linguini September 2 2011 Slow cooked shin of veal August 18 2011 Red Velvet Cupcakes with Marshmallow Butter Cream Icing May 25 2012 vodka chilli butterscotch sauce May 19 2014 vanilla custard slice October 19 2014 Honeycomb October 16 2014 prawn and coriander dim sum October 16 2014 sesame crusted yellowtail with ginger honey lime soy sauce October 16 2014 gluten free banana and almond crumpets October 16 2014 foodstyling Almonds amarula cream breakfast Cake Cape Town Restaurants Chicken chocolate cocoa cooking for one cream cheese icing Crush Online dessert Dim Sum Dumplings flatbreads Food Styling garlic Gluhwein Go Pro cooking Gstaad hazelnut healthy Homemade Honeycomb jc le roux luisa farelo mushrooms NoMU pasta pistachio pudding recipe Soup Spicy starter starters Steamed Mussels Tapas The Foodbarn The Pretty Blog tomato Tom Yum vanilla Yuppiechef Twitter Profile Luisa Farelo LuisaFarelo Food stylist chef and recipe developer Cape Town 393 friends 701

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  • Video - Hearty Beef and Red wine stew - Luisa Farelo Hayes
    to the simmer Cover with lid and allow to simmer for 1 hour or until meat is almost tender and sauce has reduced slightly Add potatoes and cook for a further 30 minutes or until potatoes are cooked Lastly add courgettes and cook for a further 15 minutes Stew is ready when meat is melt in the mouth tender and veg are cooked Serve with steamed brown basmati rice and peas Tweet beef Go Pro cooking red wine stew Red Velvet Cupcakes with Marshmallow Butter Cream Icing Chunky Tomato Garlic and Sage Soup 5 Responses to Video Hearty Beef and Red wine stew Kirsty May 29 2012 at 3 51 pm Lovely Lu Jono says he would have loved to see you shoot that with a GoPro on your head xxxx Reply Luisa May 29 2012 at 3 56 pm Haha Yes its definately something worth seeing quite hillarious Reply Sam May 29 2012 at 5 45 pm Very nice Di you have the camera attached to your head Reply Luisa May 29 2012 at 5 47 pm Yes I do Its quite a funny sight Reply Luisa May 29 2012 at 6 11 pm Its a Go pro camera BTW so it comes with a head strap Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Email will not be published required Website Copy This Password Type Or Paste Password Here Comment Search Popular Latest Tags Video Hearty Beef and Red wine stew May 29 2012 Spicy Calamari Chorizo and Chickpea Linguini September 2 2011 Slow cooked shin of veal August 18 2011 Red Velvet Cupcakes with Marshmallow Butter Cream Icing May 25 2012 vodka chilli butterscotch sauce May 19 2014 vanilla custard slice October 19 2014 Honeycomb October 16 2014 prawn and coriander dim sum October

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  • Spicy Calamari, Chorizo and Chickpea Linguini - Luisa Farelo Hayes
    little Extra Virgin olive oil Heat olive oil in a frying pan over a moderate heat and sauté chorizo onion garlic and chilli for a few minutes or until nicely golden brown Increase heat and add calamari Fry for a few seconds then add white wine and cook for about a minute to allow the alcohol to evaporate Add lemon zest and juice chickpeas and parsley and season well with salt and freshly ground pepper Toss in cooked pasta and serve immediately with a glass of chilled Chardonnay and extra lemon wedges Tweet cafe paradiso calamari pasta chorizo recipe linguini pasta Slow cooked shin of veal Le Good Life 4 Responses to Spicy Calamari Chorizo and Chickpea Linguini Jaclyn September 2 2011 at 9 08 am Welcome to the blogosphere Lu This looks absolutely divine and perfect for this cold snap we re having that s one meal sorted for the weekend Thanks Reply Jules Robar September 26 2011 at 11 11 am Awesome website the only thing I detected is your on page SEO could use just a bit of work and then you would be ranking high in google almost immediately Have you tried using the SEOPressor plugin It s incredibly powerful and easy to use Download it here Just thought I would share Good luck to you Reply Luisa October 4 2011 at 10 04 pm Thanks very much for the tip Reply Nancy October 4 2011 at 9 18 am Thanks for the share Nancy R Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Email will not be published required Website Copy This Password Type Or Paste Password Here Comment Search Popular Latest Tags Video Hearty Beef and Red wine stew May 29 2012 Spicy Calamari Chorizo and Chickpea Linguini September 2 2011

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  • Slow cooked shin of veal - Luisa Farelo Hayes
    casserole pot I use Le Creuset Melt the butter and olive oil together and quickly sear the shins on both sides until golden brown Do these in batches of three or four Once all shins are seared return to pot and add onion carrots thyme garlic anchovies and lemon juice and zest Season with loads of black pepper and a pinch of salt Do not over salt as the anchovies season this dish well Lastly add the wine and water cover with lid and place in oven for a good 3 4 hours or until the meat falls away easily from the bone Turn meat every hour and top with a little more water if needed Once meat is meltingly tender remove from oven and serve with braised carrots and celery I used some of the jus when braising the carrots and added the celery to the casserole 1 2 an hour before the end of cooking This was a major hit The kids absolutely loved it as well The flavour was incredible the saltiness from the anchovies was enough to season the dish and I absolutely loved the underlying citrus tone from the lemon A delcious chilled bottle of Chateux Maison Blanche Grand Cru accompanied by the MOST spectacular view and good laughs was an end to another beautiful day in Gstaad Tweet Gstaad osso bucco veal shin Spicy Calamari Chorizo and Chickpea Linguini 3 Responses to Slow cooked shin of veal Donna Lewis August 19 2011 at 9 31 am Great Stuff Reply Zani August 19 2011 at 2 00 pm So cool Luisa Cant wait to see your blogs everyday Reply Thekla Schwager August 19 2011 at 2 02 pm Can t wait to follow your journey Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name

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  • Red Velvet Cupcakes with Marshmallow Butter Cream Icing - Luisa Farelo Hayes
    for 20 25 minutes or until risen and a toothpick inserted in the centre comes out clean Remove from oven and allow to cool completely before icing To Make the icing Place the egg whites and sugar into a glass or porcelain bowl and whisk using an electric beater over a pot of simmering water Beat for a good 15 minutes or until the meringue reaches 60 C using a sugar thermometer or until meringue is hot to touch Remove from heat and transfer into another bowl and whip using an electric beater or kenwood until meringue has cooled down completely and is double in volume Slowly add the cubed butter must be at room temp a few blocks at a time and whisk until the meringue covers the butter completely Tip The mixture will start to look like its loosing its shape and curdling but DON T WORRY it will come together again once you add the remaining butter Continue to beat until mixture is light creamy and holds its shape Tip Test if marshmallow butter cream is ready buy scooping some mixture with a knife and holding it upside down mixture should not fall Place marshmallow butter cream into a piping bag and pipe away Tweet butter cream icing marshmellow red velvet cupcakes 12 minute Creamy Pea and Potato Soup Video Hearty Beef and Red wine stew 3 Responses to Red Velvet Cupcakes with Marshmallow Butter Cream Icing Bron May 25 2012 at 4 20 pm Hi Lu Will definitely try these over the weekend Does the recipe make 12 cupcakes Reply Luisa May 25 2012 at 4 23 pm HI Bron Yes sorry recipe makes 12 Let me know how they turn out Reply Simi May 30 2012 at 5 13 pm Making these tonight Reply Leave

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  • vodka chilli butterscotch sauce - Luisa Farelo Hayes
    cream 1 chilli deseeded finely chopped 2 Tbsp 30ml vodka 1 tsp 5ml vanilla bean extract Heat the butter in a small saucepan and add the sugar Stir until well combined and melted Add the cream chilli and vanilla and allow to cook gently until sauce is smooth and thickened to desired consistency Add vodka and cook for a further 2 3 minutes before serving Serve warm drizzled over ice cream apple crumble or char grilled bananas This post was especially developed for Crush Online Photographer Henk Hattingh Food Stylist Luisa Farelo Hayes Assistant Food Stylist Megan Daniels Tweet butterscotch caramel vodka chili Homemade vodka lemon curd creme brulee chicken liver parfait 2 Responses to vodka chilli butterscotch sauce Carol May 20 2014 at 2 40 pm The recipe isn t actually shown So how do I find out how to make it Reply Luisa May 21 2014 at 6 31 am My apologies Carol Recipe is now up on my blog Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Email will not be published required Website Copy This Password Type Or Paste Password Here Comment Search Popular Latest Tags Video Hearty Beef and Red wine stew May 29 2012 Spicy Calamari Chorizo and Chickpea Linguini September 2 2011 Slow cooked shin of veal August 18 2011 Red Velvet Cupcakes with Marshmallow Butter Cream Icing May 25 2012 vodka chilli butterscotch sauce May 19 2014 vanilla custard slice October 19 2014 Honeycomb October 16 2014 prawn and coriander dim sum October 16 2014 sesame crusted yellowtail with ginger honey lime soy sauce October 16 2014 gluten free banana and almond crumpets October 16 2014 foodstyling Almonds amarula cream breakfast Cake Cape Town Restaurants Chicken chocolate cocoa cooking for one cream cheese icing Crush Online dessert Dim Sum

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  • #foodstyling Archives - Luisa Farelo Hayes
    in Baking Dessert Recipes Styling serves 4 1 cup 250ml flour 2 tsp 10ml baking powder ¼ cup 60ml NoMU cocoa 1 3 cup 80ml caster sugar 1 egg ½ cup 125ml buttermilk 60g butter melted 1 tsp 5ml NoMU Vanilla extract ¼ cup 60ml whiskey For the Topping 2 Tbsp 30ml NoMU cocoa 2 Tbsp 30ml dark brown sugar Boiling Continue Reading 0 hake and mussel hot pot By Luisa on March 25 2014 in Fish Recipes Styling Unfortunately for me I am highly allergic to all mollusks So in this case my lovely assistant Megan had to do the tasting and seasoning for me I was assured that this dish was heaven on a plate and all that was needed to complete the dish was a glass of chilled Viognier preferably while Continue Reading 0 roasted marrow bones with breadcrumb topping By Luisa on March 24 2014 in Beef Recipes Styling this is one of my latest favourite starters Easy and quick to make extremely budget friendly and a great idea for tappas too traditionally roasted with just a sprinkle of Maldon Sea Salt and served with toast and a fresh parsley salad its really quite simple but yet so delicious this is my take on Continue Reading 0 Search Popular Latest Tags Video Hearty Beef and Red wine stew May 29 2012 Spicy Calamari Chorizo and Chickpea Linguini September 2 2011 Slow cooked shin of veal August 18 2011 Red Velvet Cupcakes with Marshmallow Butter Cream Icing May 25 2012 vodka chilli butterscotch sauce May 19 2014 vanilla custard slice October 19 2014 Honeycomb October 16 2014 prawn and coriander dim sum October 16 2014 sesame crusted yellowtail with ginger honey lime soy sauce October 16 2014 gluten free banana and almond crumpets October 16 2014 foodstyling

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