A recipe for spring from Claire Thomson’s ” Home Cookery Year”.
One of my favourite recipes for meatballs from Nigel Slater’s ” Eat”. If you like you could add some crushed garlic or grated parmesan to the sauce too. Serve with wide noodles such as pappardelle.
A favourite pasta dish from ” Eat” by Nigel Slater.
A magical combination from ” Moro:the cookbook” by Sam and Sam Clark.
This recipe for apple and potato mash originates in Germany. I found this version in Sophie Grigson’s ” Eat your Greens” and i like to serve it with sausages or pork chops.
A comforting dish from Chantelle Nicholson that uses up old bread.
A recipe from NIgel Slater. You could include any spring vegetable- lightly steamed asparagus or tenderstem broccoli are both good.
A favourite recipe from Moro.
A fantastic snack from ” Eat Drink Live” by Fran Warde. If you are not a fan of blue cheese you could use Mozzarella, Taleggio or soft goats cheese.
Another delicious side dish from Signe Johansen.If feeding two or three people, use just one or two vegetables, ideally including the sweet potato, to ensure the right balance of flavours. Keep any leftover pomegranate seeds for garnishing a pudding, or a salad of leftovers the next day. The yoghurt dressing keeps for a few days in the fridge and makes an excellent dip with crispbread or toasted pitta.
A lovely soup for supper from ” Taste” by Sybil Kapoor.
A warming soup with Thai flavours for a wintry day from ” food Glorious Food”.
A new version of this classic combination from Nigel Slater.
A favourite way with Broccoli from ” Nigellissima” by Nigella Lawson. It can also be made with my favourite – purple sproting broccoli. If you want to have it as a main it will serve two topped with a poached egg.
A rich creamy Scottish soup for a cold night from the excellent ” Lobster &Chips ” by Trish Hilferty.