Another fish pie recipe from Nigel Slater. In my view fish pie is great winter comfort food so i am always looking out for new recipes.
A delicious supper from Nigel Slater.
A delicious twist on this Italian classic dish from Diana Henry.
An easy recipe from ” The Hidden Hut” by Simon Stallard.
With Thanksgiving a couple of days ago and Christmas on the horizon I thought it would be timely to post a recipe for leftover Turkey. Its from Nigella Lawson’s ” Nigella’s Christmas”, but she credits the original version to her friend and agent Ed Victor. It goes well with a baked potato and green salad.
A warming and wholesome supper which can be prepared in advance and chilled, then baked about half an hour before you want to eat. It’s from ” Apple” by James Rich. Serve with your favourite vegetables.
A seasonal recipe from Nigel Slater. The scones are at their best when served warm but will keep overnight in an airtight container if they last that long.
This recipe from ” Bill’s Italian Food” by Bill Granger combines two of my favourite ingredients.
An easy dish from Pasture restaurant in Bristol, which I found in ” The Bristol and Bath Cookbook”. It will serve four as a starter. Serve with hunks of warm sourdough to mop up the juices.
A posh version of Macaroni Cheese from ” Easy” by Bill Granger.
I am trying hard not to add to my extensive cookery book collection until I have passed on a few. But when a new Nigel Slater book comes out I just cannot resist . Here is the first recipe I tried from his latest book ” A Cook’s Book”. And very good it is too, especially on the days when you want a quick, comforting cheesy supper. I couldn’t get any dill on this occasion, but use it if you can.
A delicious side dish from Nigel Slater.
This brunch or supper dish from Diana Henry is inspired by a recipe from Northern Greece. Serve with some roast tomatoes alongside.
I recently visited the Teeside area of the UK and came across this dish on the menu in a number of pubs. Eventually I had to try it, and it was indeed quite tasty, if you forget about the carbs. This version is from Telegraph food. Serve with a green salad, and if you are feeling indulgent perhaps some mashed potatoes or fries.
A recipe from The Bull and Last pub in Highgate, London, which was shared by Diana Henry.