Sandwiches have been around since the 1700s and, thankfully, times have changed.
This recipe is one I found many years ago in an old French cookbook. I love the array of humble ingredients, which when combined with the fragrant baked quince make a spectacular dessert.
I thoroughly enjoy making warming salads at this time of the year. I love using the wide variety of hearty autumn vegetables and combining them with spices.
This salad is packed with flavour, colour and nutrition and one that takes only minutes to prepare.
This slaw gets better with age, as the flavours intensifies yet the cabbage keeps its crunch. I can't seem to get enough and I find myself having it in the fridge to munch on as my go-to.
Autumn brings us many pleasures. Sweet, velvety pumpkins are one of them and not only for their sweet flavour but they are economical and versatile addition to our menus.
This soup is one that has many fond memories as I first tasted it when I worked at the River Cafe in London. I was in heaven; the simplicity of flavours and the fact that it used up old bread!
Yay, time for a break. I have put together some easy yet tasty recipes for the holidays. They are simple yet varied, so you can create these dishes at any time. Happy holidays.
When you cook these beans, you need to hold back and allow them to cook longer than you normally would. The secret to these delicious beans is that they are tender and juicy.
These pancakes are heavier than we are used to over here, and they can be eaten savoury or sweet.
Aubergine or eggplants? Whatever you call them they are very versatile.
The season of sport has begun for us and that means rugby, football, netball ...!
Just look around at this time of the year and you will see elderberries everywhere. When you see clusters of deep, dark purple-looking berries weighing heavily on branches they are ready to be picked.
This recipe is adapted from Marian Burros. This torte recipe is famous the world over. Plums are in season and they always make the most delicious cakes/tortes.
You only want to do this recipe when you have young, sweet carrots. I have used a whole bunch which roast up beautifully. They also look amazing when served at the table!
I am always looking for recipes to use up my glut of courgettes (zucchinis). This recipe works well at anytime of the day or night.
I am using nectarines for this recipe, but of course you can use any stone fruit.
Popsicles conjure up many a memory of hot summer days. Making them with the children is a great idea as not only is it fun, but you can load these popsicles up with fruit which ensures they are...
This bread is just perfect at any time of the day or night. I love to grill it quickly on the barbecue to add a little smokiness.
Globe artichokes are in season at the moment.