Another easy supper from Nigel Slater.
A delicious twist on this Italian classic dish from Diana Henry.
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.
An easy to prepare reworked version of Eton Mess from Claire Thomson’s ” New Kitchen Basics”.
Another recipe from Joe Trivelli, Head Chef at the River Cafe, London
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.
A recipe from “ComfortMOB” by Ben Lebus.
A recipe from The Bull and Last pub in Highgate, London, which was shared by Diana Henry.
Mussels with an Indian flavour from ” I Love India” by Anjum Anand.Use the freshest mussels you can find, and discard any that do not fully close when sharply tapped.
A fish pie for very special occasions from ” Hook, Line and Sinker” by Galton Blackiston.
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.
A great sauce for pasta from ” Sicily” by Katie and Giancarlo Caldesi.
A simple but tasty soup from ” Jamie’s Dinners” by Jamie Oliver. You need good quality ripe tomatoes which will become very sweet when cooked slowly. Serve the soup with some fresh bread.