A dose of nostalgia for your weeknight meal.
A gorgeous sweet and savoury one-pot chicken meal.
Creamy and delicious, baked rice pudding is a classic dessert. Bring a shot of new flavour to an old favourite with this poached quince and almond topping.
It doesn’t need to be Christmas to enjoy this classic dessert.
Give a savoury twist to the decadent French souffle. Oozing with melted parmesan and taleggio cheese this is yet another example of good French food.
A classic dessert often served after a big meal in Chinese restaurants. Make it for your loved ones at home and serve with fresh fruit for a quick and tasty treat. The combination of a crispy golden coating and cool, creamy ice-cream is unbeatable.
Easy, elegant and so delicious! Inspired by Queen Victoria’s love of cherries, this cherry jubilee recipe is worthy of the royal family!
A seafood bisque has a deep, luxurious flavour, this comes from cooking prawns in their shells, as well as fish fillets, into a stock which is then blended (shells and all) into a smooth, silky soup.
We used packham pears in this recipe. Add a squeeze of lemon juice to the reduced syrup if it is too sweet. Note
A comfort food classic.
Give a little nod to the finger food of the 60s while giving a more contemporary feel and taste to the classic prawn toast.
This sunshine-coloured pie is sure to brighten up your gloomiest days.
These tasty fish cakes have been a firm family favourite through the decades.
Tender beef wrapped in flaky puff pastry – what more could you ask for?
Not a cake for the kids, which means more for the grownups!
Out of all the cob loaf recipes out there, this one takes the cake… or should be say the cob!
With bacon and gruyère cheese, what’s not to love?
Ward off colds and vampires!