An easy salad from Claire Thomson.
A vegetarian version of the Swedish classic Beef Lindstrom from ” The Little Swedish Kitchen” by Rachel Khoo. The patties can be served with salad leaves, or some sliced avocado and crumbled feta. They also make very good vegetarian burgers served in a bun with some crispy Cos lettuce.
A lovely supper for spring from Diana Henry.
An easy supper or brunch from Mark Hix.
A hearty Italian supper from ” Cook Simple” by Diana Henry.
A very good version of tartare sauce from Claire Thomson.
Another very good savoury bread pudding from ” The Violet Bakery Cookbook” by Claire Ptak.
An easy Sicilian pasta sauce from Trapani which i found in ” Nigellissima” by Nigella Lawson. If you like you can replace the anchovies with 4 tablespoons of grated pecorino.
A very good lentil salad from ” The Really Helpful Cookbook” by Ruth Watson. The salad will benefit from being made ahead and sitting in the dressing for a day or two.The tapenade in this recipe does not include any anchovies so it is suitable for vegetarians. You could use ready made tapenade if you like or put anchoiade on the toast instead. Any leftover tapenade can be kept in the fridge for up to a week to serve with drinks .
A recipe for a special occasion from Nigel Slater.
A recipe from Damien Clisby of Petersham Nurseries.
Hot and crispy potatoes with a green dressing from Nigel Slater.
This recipe is from Chantelle Nicholson, chef/owner of zero waste restaurant All’s Well in Hackney, London.
A recipe for lamb with a green sauce from Rachel Roddy. It will make a jar of green sauce which will keep in the fridge for a few days. If you don’t eat meat, you could use grilled fish or cheese for this recipe- halloumi would be good.
A posh fish finger sandwich from Claire Thompson. Use the best quality fish fingers you can find- preferably chunky ones.And if you can’t get hold of brioche buns good quality bread or bread rolls will do.