A gently spiced Spanish dish from ” Med” by Claudia Roden.
A new version of Toad in the Hole with a nod to Thanksgiving from ” The Christmas Chronicles” by Nigel Slater.
A recipe I found in ” Nutmeg & Custard” by Marcus Wareing.They are lovely for a snack or brunch, or to accompany dinner.
Another recipe from Abel and Cole ” How to Eat Brilliantly Every Day”.
A recipe i found in ” River Cottage Good Comfort” by Hugh Fearnley- Whittingstall. In this book he tweaks many favourite recipes to make them healthier for us.
A winning recipe for a snack from ” Le Pain Quotidien Cookbook” by Alain Coumont and Jean Pierre Gabriel.
Here is an unusual recipe from Skye McAlpine but dont be put off. Its from her new book ” A Table Full of Love”. It works best with the long, thin and very pink stems that you get early in the season. And as far as i know there is no shortage of rhubarb in the UK right now.
A delicious vegetarian supper from Debora Robertson.
A delicious brunch or supper from Diana Henry. I was a bit more generous with the cheese in the photo.
A French recipe for roast lamb from ” Cook Simple” by Diana Henry. It’s good served with flageolet beans ( canned and drained are fine) heated with a big knob of butter, salt and pepper, a squeeze of lemon and a handful of chopped parsley.
This salad showcases Beetroot and can be varied through the season by using different types of beetroot and leaves. It’s from ” Butter” by James Martin.
A hearty Italian supper from ” Cook Simple” by Diana Henry.
A popular way with scallops for very special occasions as its a bit of a palaver to make. It’s from from ” Butter” by James Martin. The salt baked celeriac is best made a day in advance and is very good served on its own as a vegetarian dish too.
More comfort food from ” Butter” by James Martin.
A dish that can be served hot or cold from ” Butter” by James Martin. Dice all the vegetables quite finely to help them break down as the pulses cook.