A nutritious pasta recipe from Georgina Hayden.
A rich soup with a nutty butter from Claire Thomson.
More delicious scones from Claire Ptak’s ” The Violet Bakery Cookbook”. When I lived in London I used to love visiting her stall in Broadway Market on a Saturday morning to pick up some naughty but nice treats. You can also make the scones in advance, then freeze and bake as and when needed. The dough will keep in the freezer for up to a month.
A favourite recipe for smoked haddock from Diana Henry. You need a metal or cast iron gratin dish for this so that the heat is conducted well and the potatoes cook evenly.
This fish pie from Emily Scott’s ” Sea and Shore” can also be frozen. Its good with smoked haddock or salmon, but white fish will also work well. Serve with some hot buttered peas.
If you aren’t planning to feed a crowd then this is a simpler version of this delicious pasta dish than the River Cafe recipe. Its from ” Sea & Shore” by Emily Scott and is most delicious.
A comforting and delicious recipe from ” Sea & Shore” by Emily Scott. It can be served as a vegetarian main or to accompany fish or chicken.
A delicious twist on this Italian classic dish from Diana Henry.
With Thanksgiving a couple of days ago and Christmas on the horizon I thought it would be timely to post a recipe for leftover Turkey. Its from Nigella Lawson’s ” Nigella’s Christmas”, but she credits the original version to her friend and agent Ed Victor. It goes well with a baked potato and green salad.
A delicious and warming meal for the cooler months from Georgina Hayden.
An easy Ligurian recipe which i found in Delicious Magazine.
A seasonal recipe from Nigel Slater. The scones are at their best when served warm but will keep overnight in an airtight container if they last that long.
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 recipe from the newly published ” An A-Z of Pasta” by Rachel Roddy.
This recipe from Angela Hartnett is very good served with Orecchiette or Conchiglioni pasta.