Archive for the ‘Restaurant Market Harborough’ Category

The perfect present for food lovers
November 26th, 2010

Finding the perfect gift for someone can sometimes be tricky, so why not treat them to a special meal at Ascough’s – after all, who doesn’t fancy a night off from cooking?

Ascough’s Vouchers are the perfect gift to put a smile on anyone’s face.

Vouchers can be purchased at the restaurant in multiples of £5, £10, £20 and £30 and are valid for 6 months.

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A festive alternative to Turkey
November 26th, 2010

Wild Pheasant with Carrot puree, Chorizo & Cider Cream Sauce.

Christmas is upon us which means it’s turkey season already, however if you fancy an alternative why not try this cracking Pheasant supper. Pheasant is right in season, bursting with protein, low in calories and a great source of Vitamin B12 and B6. Your local butcher should be able to supply you with this type of game or you may know a good game keeper. The only thing to remember is not to over cook it, treat it with respect and you will enjoy this dish time and time again. If you feel all this is a bit too difficult then don’t worry come and visit Ascough’s any time during December and we will be glad to cook it for you. Follow the recipe

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A recipe for chocolate lovers
May 1st, 2010

Chocolate, Cranberry & Walnut Tart, Cranberry Compote, Vanilla Ice-cream

If you haven’t already eaten your Easter chocolate here’s a simple way to use some of it up and still get one of your five a day, if not being a little bit cheeky. This recipe is really quick to make because it has so few cooking elements to it that you could even make it with shop bought pastry or pastry cases if you want to. So go ahead and indulge yourself, let’s  get cooking!

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A recipe for brunch
March 20th, 2010

Devilled Duck Livers with Poached Egg on Toast

Daffodils are blossoming and Easter is just around the corner so what better way to bring in the lovely British Spring time than with this delightful brunch dish. It’s so quick and easy you can make it for your friends in less than 10 minutes. This dish is great as a starter for a special occasion or as a simple brunch to enjoy with friends. Either way it is inexpensive and requires few ingredients and little preparation time. So get cooking and enjoy!!

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Tasty new recipe added
February 16th, 2010

Frangipane Tart, Caramelised Pears, Maple Syrup Mascarpone

Ryan Norton, chef de partie at Ascough’s has come up with this devilishly rich and enticing dessert. Simple to make yet sophisticated enough to impress even the hardest of critics. This tart is rich enough to eat as a dessert with the above accompaniments or tasty enough on its own to eat as afternoon tea. Get cooking

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