This recipe from ” The Weekend Cook” by Angela Hartnett can be served as a vegetarian main or as a starter.
Another recipe for beetroot with blood oranges from Nigel Slater.
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.
An easy recipe from ” Cook Simple” by Diana Henry. She adapted it from a Swedish recipe she found in Mark Hix’s column in The Independent.
An easy chicken recipe from Hawaii which i found in ” Cook Simple ” by Diana Henry. Serve this with rice and stir fried greens, or in warmer weather a mixed salad. The second Marinade is for a Spanish Catalan chicken, cooked in the same way but good with roast potatoes and a green salad.
A Sicilian recipe from “Two Kitchens” by Rachel Roddy. It’s good to serve after a big meal, before cheese or over a simple rice pudding. You could also serve for breakfast with some thick yoghurt.
A hearty pot of chilli using turkey leftovers from Jamie Oliver.
A new way with hot dogs from Diana Henry.
A variation on a French classic from Bake Off Finalist Tamal Ray.
A quick supper from Nigel Slater.
This recipe from Anna Jones is delicious on crumpets or a toastie with cheese, but can also be served alongside dal or curry. It will keep for up to 18 months, but once opened should be stored in the fridge and eaten within a month.
A seasonal version for Burns Night from Flora Sheldon.
A festive recipe from Claire Thomson.
A rich chicken curry from ” Dishoom: From Bombay with Love” by Shamil Thakrar and Naved Nasir.
A warm salad from Anna Jones, which is good with crisp roast potatoes. it would also be nice with some burrata.