Another delicious and seasonal dessert from Diana Henry.
This recipe from Diana Henry is more of a pudding than a cake . You could replace the gooseberries with plums, pears or apples.
I already have a few recipes for courgette frittata on my site but could not resist trying this one from Thomasina Miers. The courgettes are roasted in the oven first, and the smoked cheese works really well, giving an almost meaty flavour. You can buy Scamorza ( smoked Mozzarella) in most Italian delicatessens and some larger supermarkets, but if you cant find this then use ordinary mozzarella.
An easy recipe from Georgia which I found in ” Arabesque” by Claudia Roden.
Another delicious breakfast from ” Posh Eggs” by Louise Haggar. You can make the beans in advance and just do the crumpets at the last minute.
A version of this classic recipe from ” Posh Eggs” by Louise Haggar
A delicious pilaf from ” The Art of the Larder” by Claire Thomson. For the spices use a mixture of coriander, cumin, pepper, turmeric and ginger, toasting the whole spices before you grind them. You could also add some allspice or nutmeg.
A quick but classic recipe from ” Melts” by Fern Green. I also like like to do make this on toasted seeded bagels and then pop it under the grill until the cheese melts.
A recipe from ” The French Kitchen ” by Joanne Harris and Fran Warde. Many berries work well in this tart- use bilberries if you can find them, or blackberries, raspberries, tayberries or blackcurrant.
An easier version of the french classic duck in orange , which i found in ” The French Kitchen: a Cookbook” by Joanne Harris and Fran Warde.
This is from ” A Taste of the Scottish Islands” by Sue Lawrence.
A new way with sausages from Diana Henry.
A seasonal recipe from Farmersgirl Kitchen.
A simple, quick and delicious recipe from Fadime Tiskaya.
A delicious snack or supper from Nigel Slater’s ” Greenfeast:autumn, winter” . You could also use Shropshire Blue or Stichelton cheese, but leave out the mustard and add a little more cream .