A great combination to which I found in ” Pieminister” by Tristan Hogg and Jon Simon. For a quicker version just buy a bottle of mulled wine.
A delicious chutney which goes very well with smoked mackeral among other things. The recipe is from ” The Women’s Instiute Homemade Jams and Chutneys” by Midge Thomas.
Last nights dessert was this very moreish dish from Diana Henry’s ” From the Oven to the Table”.
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.
Another delicious summer dessert from ” Cook Simple” by Diana Henry. You can add blackberries or blackcurrants to the cooked fruit before serving if you like.My friend Angela has made this using port instead of the red wine and this worked very well too. Serve with a big bowl of sweetened Mascarpone cheese mixed with Greek Yoghurt.
A delicious dessert from Nigel Slater.
Another delicious cake from Diana Henry,
A recipe from Ed Smith, author of the ” The Borough Market Cookbook”.
A delicious dessert from Diana Henry.
A seasonal crumble from Nigel Slater best served with some good double cream.
Delicious plums from ” Organic” by Sophie Grigson and William Black. Serve cold with cream, and some extra sugar or honey on the table for those who like their fruit a little sweeter.
A favourite tray bake from Yotam Ottolenghi. Any sort of sausage will work well , including vegetarian ones.
A quick and easy recipe for Duck from Sophie Grigson’s ” Meat Course”.