A recipe for breakfast, lunch or dinner from Anna Jones. Increase the chilli as you wish.
An easy tart from ” Smart Tart” by Tamasin Day Lewis.It could be served with jacket potatoes and a salad, and is good cold too.
A recipe for hard boiled eggs in a rich and aromatic sauce from ” Fire Islands: Recipes from Indonesia” by Eleanor Ford.They are good served with some green vegetables rice or perhaps fried potatoes.
A recipe from NIgel Slater. You could include any spring vegetable- lightly steamed asparagus or tenderstem broccoli are both good.
A recipe from Rachel Roddy’s “Two Kitchens”
A simple and savoury snack from ” Eat Drink Live” by Fran Warde.
A Swiss recipe from ” Eat Drink Live” by Fran Warde. For a vegetarian version you can replace the ham with some mushrooms.
A delicious way to use asparagus from Nigel Slater.
A quick supper from Nigel Slater.
A recipe from the Smitten Kitten.
An Indian breakfast dish to serve with roti or naan, or on toast. This version is from “Towpath:Recipes and Stories” by Lori de Mori and Laura Jackson. Towpath is an outdoor cafe on the Regents Canal in London which opened in 2016 and which i am very much looking forward to visiting on my next visit to London.
An easy midweek supper from Thomasina Miers.
This is from ” Cook at Home” by Peter Gordon. Its his stepmothers recipe and he thinks it is the best in the universe, and almost better cold the next day. And very easy if you use ready made pastry. In summer, slices of fresh tomatoes on top work well too.
A recipe from Rachel Roddy.
A no-carb recipe from Thomasina Miers.