A delicious soup from Jamie Oliver’s ” Jamie’s Dinners”.
Another delicious breakfast from ” Posh Eggs” by Louise Haggar. You can make the beans in advance and just do the crumpets at the last minute.
Felicity Cloake’s ” perfect” version of this classic street food from North India and Pakistan.
A delicious way to serve duck from Diana Henry. I had some rhubarb relish leftover and found that it also went very well with a grilled lamb chop.
I love noodles and am always seeking out new recipes, especially healthy one like these from ” Thrifty Cooking in the Doctors Kitchen” by Dr Rupy Aujla.
A Vegan recipe from ” East” by Meera Sodha. If you are not Vegan you could top with a fired egg.
This recipe is from ” Mildreds:the Cookbook”. It can be served warm or cold, and you can add goats cheese if you like. You can use other vegetables too but use vegetables that will keep their shape when mixed with the lentils.
A simple and quick pumpkin soup from Anna Jones.
Another pie for the midwinter months from Anna Jones.
A savoury pie for winter from Anna Jones. In spring the root vegetables can be replaced with finely chopped asparagus, peas and dill. Serve with a salad.
Light, fresh and spicy fishcakes from Nigel Slater.
Another delicious pie with a crusty topping from Anna Jones.
A recipe for scrambled eggs with smoked salmon from ” Rick Stein’s Food Heroes”.
An easy and moreish supper from Nigel Slater.
This recipe from Trine Hahnemann is a classic Christmas dish in Denmark, where there are many different regional variations.