Kid Goat Shoulder Pilaf

This recipe was borne out of necessity. I had accidentally invited nine people for dinner on a Thursday night and wouldn’t be back from work until 7pm. I had braised the kid shoulder the night before ready to go but still didn’t know what was going to go with it! Kid is a mild meat that […]

Chicken Breast with Bulgur Salad and Coconut Oil Dressing

Coconut oil has numerous health benefits which you can read about here. It is a versatile ingredient, it can top your muesli, be used like butter or olive oil in cooking, it can also be used in baking to replace other fats. Apparently people also rub in on their skin for some reason too. I’ll stick to […]

Sea Bass Ceviche

Ceviche is a south american dish of raw fish cured in citrus juice. The citrus denatures the proteins in the fish, changing the colour to white so it appears cooked. However, because no heat is applied the “cooking” will not actually kill any bacteria in the fish so it must be as fresh as possible […]

Apple, Celery, Radish Salad with Goat’s Cheese

This is a simple salad pairing early autumn vegetables with beautiful goat’s cheese from Ellie’s Dairy in Kent. Ellie’s produces outstanding goat’s milk, cheese and meat from a small herd grazing on the North Downs. The herd is carefully looked after by people who really care about what they are doing and the result is delicious […]

Ottolenghi’s Pistachio Soup with Rose Petal Jam

I’m a huge fan of Yottam Ottolenghi and Sammi Tamimi’s Jerusalem cookbook. Full of stories from their hometown, it is brimming with delicious recipes using fresh ingredients from the whole of the East Mediterranean. Working at Gourmet Goat and learning about the food of the area from Nadia who grew up in Cyprus, it was great to […]

Dukkah Kid Goat Chops with Couscous Salad

Dukkah is an Egyptian spice mix that varies in its make up but usually includes cumin, coriander, sesame seeds and black pepper. This recipe is adapted for use with kid goat chops which are delicate in flavour and therefore shouldn’t be overpowered by strong spices. The fresh vegetables and citrus in the light cous-cous salad complement the kid […]