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.
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.
A new way with sausages from Diana Henry.
A recipe from Phil Vickery.
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 .
Greens, herbs and cream from ” Greenfeast: autumn,winter” by Nigel Slater. You might think you dislike sprouts but I urge you to try meals like this before wholly dismissing them.
A recipe from Eleanor Steafel which uses dried mushrooms to make a delicious and moreish bake .
An easy and delicious recipe from Tim Siadatin who runs Trullo restaurant in London.
A quick and delicious creamy pasta from Diana Henry.
A simple and elegant seafood pasta supper from Diana Henry.
A recipe from Greg Malouf which I found in ” Soup for Syria”.
A delicious dessert from Nigel Slater.