A recipe from Gill Meller.
An easy and addictive pickle from Bee Wilson. Its crunchy and refreshing if eaten immediately, but after a couple of days in the fridge it is softer and will turn a delicate coral.
A recipe from Nigel Slater to serve with bread and cheese, ham or even sushi. It will keep for several weeks in the fridge, unless you are like my husband who could probably demolish this amount within a week or so.
This recipe from Yotam Ottolenghi will serve two as a main or four as a starter- it is a delicious way to showcase leeks.
A recipe from ” The Spice Tree” by Nisha Katona.Serve with plain rice and a green vegetable.
A recipe for minced pork from Nisha Katona’s ” Pimp my Rice”. If you have any green beans then chop them up and add with the meat.
A vegetarian recipe from Nigel Slater which is even better if left overnight. Serve with some steamed rice.
If you dont want to roast a whole duck to have with your chinese pancakes then try this version from ” Wong:The Cookbook” by Andrew Wong.
A quick and bright tasting supper from ” Tender:Volume 1″ by Nigel Slater. You need to be brave when cooking the meat- fry till it glistens and is almost crisp before you add the remaining ingredients. I like to use purple sprouting broccoli but any fresh broccoli will do nicely.
A stir fry from the southern tip of Malaysia with influences from China and India . Prepare all the ingredients before you start cooking as you need to work quickly.The recipe is from ” Madhur Jaffrey’s Ultimate Curry Bible”
A rich and creamy vegetarian curry from Asma Khan.
A recipe from Sally Butcher which i found in ” Soup for Syria”. If you ever find yourself visiting Peckham in south London then Sally has a little shop and vegetarian cafe which i highly recommend visiting.
Another delicious trifle from Diana Henry.
A delicious dessert from Diana Henry.
A favourite recipe from Sophie Grigson’s ” Meat Course”.