Chef Rachel Allen

Rachel Allen was growing up in Dublin and left home at age of eighteen to study at the world-famous Cookery School “Ballymaloe”. Rachel is now a busy TV chef, author, journalist and mother, and still teaches at Ballymaloe as well. She is the author of four bestselling cookery books which include Ra... Read More
Rachel Allen was growing up in Dublin and left home at age of eighteen to study at the world-famous Cookery School “Ballymaloe”. Rachel is now a busy TV chef, author, journalist and mother, and still teaches at Ballymaloe as well. She is the author of four bestselling cookery books which include Rachel's Favourite Food at Home and Rachel's Food for Living. Her extremely popular television series for RTE and the BBC have been broadcast internationally and she frequently appears on BBC's Saturday Kitchen. Her foods are simple but delicious and ideal for family and friends. She also got the title of "Irish cooking queen". Her charming manner and effortless style make her a delight to watch. Hide

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By: chef asit, Form: karachi, on 01 Dec, 2017
In winter season our family members, mostly like to eat Chinese and Italian dishes for that Chinese dishes category of HamariWeb gives me various recipes of Chinese food. Today I want to make something different as Italian Hazelnut Cake
By: Nargis, Form: Islamabad, on 17 Feb, 2017
I like cake but I like Pineapple cake, chocolate cakes are so common that’s why I always order Pineapple cakes for any special occasion.
By: Saba, Form: Islamabad, on 05 Aug, 2015
My daughter only wants to eat chocolate biscuit cake, for the preparation of biscuit cake I am not good but I tried one time with the help of this recipe.
By: shahida, Form: khi, on 28 Jul, 2015
Chocolate Biscuit Cake seems unique and delicious recipes. Can be made for birthdays, anniversarries, aur even for Iftar in Ramadan 2015. It is too too amazing. Thanks for sharing
By: Nilofar, Form: Faisalabad, on 03 Jun, 2015
I like the dishes that includes Biscuits I made Custard Trafil and I included Marie Biscuits in it.
By: Zarah, Form: Karachi, on 27 May, 2015
I think the meaning of cinnamon is "Daar cheeni ki lakri" so how can i take it in tea spoon? In the recipe here mention it 2-4 table spoon of cinnamon that is why i am confuse. Please some one guide me urgent.
By: wajeeha, Form: karachi, on 04 Jun, 2014
Great article but it didn't have everything-I didn't find the kictehn sink!
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