A most delicious version of macaroni cheese from Diana Henry. It makes a little crabmeat go a long way, and will become my go to version of this dish.
A summer favourite from Claire Thomson’s ” Home Cookery Year”. It is best served warm rather than piping hot. Serve with a green salad. You can use the same method and switch around the summer vegetables- baked cherry tomatoes, fried squash or blanched broad or green beans will all work well.
A bowl of contrasts from Diana Henry.
An easy supper from Diana Henry
Pasta, prawns and crunchy breadcrumbs from Diana Henry.
A delicious pasta for a treat from Diana Henry.
A tomato curry from Tamil Nadu which i found in Meera Sodha’s ” East”
A healthy Moroccan inspired salad from Diana Henry.
A delicious side with Georgian influences from Diana Henry.
A delicious savoury tart from Diana Henry.
A delicious pasta of greens and garlic from Diana Henry.
A one pot lamb and rice supper from Uzbekistan which I found in ” The Hairy Bikers One Pot Wonders” by Si King and Dave Myers.
A very good way with lentils from Rachel Roddy’s ” Two Kitchens”.
A recipe from John Gregory- Smith inspired by the Persian classic inspired by Ghormer Sabzi.