A gently spiced rich and moreish cake from Dan Lepard. If you like you can spoon a little extra honey over the cake while its fot out of the oven.
A favourite way to roast chicken from ” Simple” by Diana Henry. If the chicken is getting too dark as it cooks, cover it with foil.
A favourite recipe from ” The Women’s Institute Homemade Jams and Chutneys” by Midge Thomas. Serve with hot or cold meats such as roast pork or duck, or however takes your fancy.
A recipe from Tarik Abdeladim, chef at Los Moros in York.
A warming curry from Ravinder Bhogal.
Last nights dessert was this very moreish dish from Diana Henry’s ” From the Oven to the Table”.
An easy and delicious traybake from Jane Hornby which I found on BBC Good Food. I made it for a cake stall at my Community Orchard Open Day earlier this month and many people complemented it. The version shown in the picture is not iced as it was a hot day!
A Nigerian dish for special occasions from ” Hibiscus” by Lope Ariyo. It can be eaten on its own or paired with a poultry recipe. You can swap the green peppers for asparagus when in season if you like.
A recipe from Nigerian cookbook ” Hibiscus” by Lope Ariyo.
A tasty stew from ” Sirocco” by Sabrina Ghayour.
A simple recipe for Pork from ” Cook Simple” by Diana Henry. I eat pork very rarely, but when i do it must be organic or outdoor reared.Like Diana, I particularly recommend Gloucestershire Old Spot if you can get it. Serve this dish with rice and stir fried greens or a watercress or spinach salad.
A warming Moroccan dish from Rose Prince.
Another favourite pudding from ” Cook Simple” by Diana Henry. You can use any sweet bread or fruit loaf to make the crumbs for this. Serve with whipped cream or ice cream.
A delicious seasonal cake for autumn from Tamal Ray. If you like you can use frozen blackberries, or raspberries.
A comforting and wholesome version of an English classic pudding from ” Nigella Bites” by Nigella Lawson.