This is an easy, peasy, very different dessert, yet still a very classic finish to a meal, combining cheese and fresh fruit.
Particularly good with cheese and smoked fish.
A very easy and interesting accompaniment for meats such as pork or lamb, or for patés.
Most rhubarb recipes will have you stew them in sugar. If you want to make a less sweet version, try this version.
Serve as a dessert in a fruit nappy, or as a side condiment to some pork, or on ice cream or yoghurt.
This is a fantastic tasting dessert. It actually looks very cool in a glass tumbler, ideally the kind you would serve whiskey in.
This goes great with Mexican food. You can also make a warm version of this.
This is a cheat’s version, but who’ll complain if you hand it to them?
This is a great outdoor barbeque dessert.