This is from ” Rhodes Around Britain” by Gary Rhodes. Don’t be alarmed by the quantity it makes- it will keep in the fridge for up to ten days and also freezes well so can be divided into batches and frozen for later use.
A comforting and filling dish for a chilly day from ” Hugh’s Three Good Things” by Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall. If you are not a fan of blue cheese you can use goats cheese as an alternative.
A recipe from Bill Oglethorpe, master of the toasted cheese sandwich
A recipe from Diane Seed’s ” Favourite Indian Food”
Another version of a soup made with Cauliflower and cheese, this time from Diana Henry.
More comfort food from Diana Henry
This makes a lovely vegetarian supper dish on its own but can also be served to accompany roat meat, chicken or fish. It’s from ” A Taste of Home” by Angela Hartnett.
Souffle without the height from Claire Thomson’s ” Home Cookery Year”.Serve with a green salad dressed in a good vinaigrette.
A recipe from Nigel Slater.
A recipe from Delia Smith’s ” Winter Collection” which will serve 2 as a light lunch, accompanied perhaps with some new potatoes, or 6 as a starter.
Park Farm in Kelston is the home of the Bath Soft Cheese Company and I will always call in there- usually for an ice cream- if walking in the area. This recipe uese the lovely cheeses they make which you can buy there and in local farmers markets. I found the recipe in ” The Bristol and Bath Cookbook”
A refreshing assembly of ingredients to be enjoyed at their seasonal best from Claire Thomson’s ” New Kitchen Basics”.
This dish in Meera Sodha’s ” Fresh India” is a favourite on the menu of the Thali chain of restaurants in Bristol.
A delicious and easy dish from Rukmini Iyer’s ” The Roasting Tin around the World”.
These moreish muffins are from ” Nigella Bites” by Nigella Lawson. They are nice just on their own but also go well with a plate of sticky skinned sausages.