A new recipe from Georgina Hayden.
A Greek recipe from Diana Henry. She recommends making the stew a couple of days in advance to allow the flavour to develop, then adding and cooking the pasta just before you eat it.
A sour and crunchy salad from Diana Henry.
Claire Thomson’s version of the summery and flavourful Provencal variation of minestrone.
A simple and delicious Moroccan soup from Thomasina Miers.You can experiment with the spices and add turmeric or chilli flakes if you like.
A favourite from Nigella Lawson’s ” Cook, Eat, Repeat”.
A hearty Italian soup to serve on a chilly day from Thomasina Miers.
A delicious breakfast from Fern Green’s ” Breakfast: Morning, Noon & Night”.
This sweet and crunchy pickle is traditionally served with Vietnamese Banh Mi. It’s from ” Pickled” by Freddie Janssen.
A delicious way with these vegetables from ” At my Table” by Nigella Lawson.
A recipe from Stephen Harris, chef/ owner of the Sportsman pub in Seasalter. The list of ingredients is long but do not be deterred- it is well worth it. You could serve some spicy baked beans as an alternative to coleslaw in the cooler months.
An easy supper from ” Mob Veggie” by Ben Lebus.
This recipe from Anna Jones is delicious on crumpets or a toastie with cheese, but can also be served alongside dal or curry. It will keep for up to 18 months, but once opened should be stored in the fridge and eaten within a month.
A Mexican slow cooked lamb dish from Thomasina Miers.
A recipe from Thomasina Miers who refers to them as ” hangover” noodles for those days when one might be feeling a bit under the weather.