I always like playing around in the kitchen and finding delicious alternatives to everyday ingredients.
We often overlook adding parsnips to cakes but it will surprise you just how much they add in the way of flavour and moisture to your cakes. I have added hazelnuts as I love this combination.
Adding depth and texture to pulses by roasting them adds a great twist to your salads. I have added broccoli as it is still crisp and abundant at the moment.
This soup has a lovely soft depth to it which the sweet leeks and fragrant parsnips add. I also love to enhance the soup with a generous amount of cracked pepper which of course is up to you!
This time of the year makes you dig a little deeper to get variety out of the winter crops. Dips are always great especially when looking for a healthy snack. This also works a treat in your...
With the weather outside so chilly and grey, I find I turn to a bowl of soup to warm me up and fill me with nutrition and goodness.
Leek and potatoes are just one of the partnerships made for each other. This tart is great as it is so quick, yet full of flavour.
Cauliflower is one of those vegetables that easily gets overlooked, which is sad, as it is one of the most versatile vegetables out there.
The classic combination of rhubarb and apple always works and when combined with this buttery almond filling, it makes a stunning dessert or even a decadent afternoon tea.
There are many reasons I love British food, one being my husband and extended family are British, which gave me first-hand knowledge of the traditions and pride the dishes held.
Local fennel is crisp, plump and full of flavour at the moment and it is one of those vegetables that the more you use, the more you appreciate its unique flavour and you will also be surprised how...
This chutney is tangy and will go with cheese and cold cuts splendidly. The other great advantage of this chutney is that it only takes about 20 minutes to cook.
Roasting cabbage is something I often overlook. The flavour and texture of roast cabbage will pleasantly surprise you. It would be lovely on its own with perhaps some tahini yoghurt or I like to...
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.