Paula’s Recipes

Feta Watermelon Salad is a Summer Starter

Feta Watermelon Salad a great starter for the French Alps

I have tried this Feta Watermelon Salad recipe many times. It’s from a Mary Berry cookbook and most things I try of her’s seem easy to follow and taste delicious. It’s a great summer starter, especially if the main course is quite substantial. I have used it many times on our French Alps walking breaks

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Cake Recipe for Gluten Intolerant Guests

Great for gluten intolerant guests

At Pinnacle Walking Holidays we often have to look after guests who are gluten intolerant, and I really enjoy looking for new recipes and trying new things. In fact, with this recipe for Pear, Chocolate and Almonds, this cake, allergy or not, was staying with us. The original recipe came from the BBC Good Food

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Goat Cheese Lasagne a Great Veggie Option

Goat Cheese Lasagne an Italian Veggie Favourite

Goat Cheese Veggie Lasagne an Italian Recipe This year on our French Alps walking holidays I had a person who is non-cow-diary vegetarian, so on my Italian Recipe night I decided to try a Goat Cheese veggie lasagne. I used the Delicious magazine recipe, omitting the Parmesan. It’s much easier if everyone can have the same

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Chocolate Recipe

Great for gluten intolerant guests

Chocolate Recipe for Chocolate Fondant Cake Pinnacle Walking Holidays is not just about giving guests some great walks, it’s also about serving some great meals, with great desserts that often include a favourite chocolate recipe, on our all-inclusive breaks in Chamonix and the Peak District. and Northumberland A big favourite is my Chocolate Recipe for

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Chalet Menu; Cauliflower Soup Recipe

Chalet Menu Starter; Cauliflower Soup

Each month I have decided to do a blog called chalet menu. At Pinnacle we are always thinking how to impress the guests with new menus, it’s quite important as many return year after year to our Northumberland  Walking Holidays and Peak District Short Breaks. A Chalet menu requires a lot of thought, making sure each

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Monthly Recipe; Turkey Curry

Turkey Curry Recipe

My recipe of the month is a seasonal one, and a spicy change from all the rich food consumed throughout the festive period. Yes its Turkey curry; of course, it can be adapted using Chicken, Prawns, or Vegetables. I always make a curry on our French Alps walking holidays, but in the Dolomites, with all

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RECIPE OF THE MONTH; Queen of Puddings

Queen of Puddings

I’ve recently bought Paul Hollywood’s Pies and Puds, it’s great and very easy to follow, last weekend I tried his Queen of Puddings it turned out really well. So, here I am again trying recipes for the Pinnacle walking breaks, last year I only had to practice for the Chamonix walking holiday,  but now we

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CANAPE RECIPE: Pastry Wheels with Pepper and Cheese

Pastry Wheels with Pepper and Cheese Canape Recipe

Every time we have friends or family round for dinner I always try a new Canape recipe, everyone seems to love them, so I now make them on arrival night on our French Alps walking breaks. My favourite Canape Recipe to make is a Palmier, it’s so easy and you can choose many types of

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Yoghurt Cake Recipe – Tasty and Easy

Coffee Walnut yohurt Cake Recipe

A season worker’s essential, the yoghurt cake is key to many an afternoon tea. It never seems to let me down, try lemon curd or buttercream in the centre. It’s easy peasy and takes very little time, everyone loves yoghurt cake. When we did our Ski season in the 3 Valleys everyone made them. They

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