Warming, comforting dishes are creeping into our meal times and risottos are a great go-to, as they are fast to make and only one pot is needed. For this recipe I have used bulgur wheat to lighten...
Pumpkins are adorning my kitchen once again and I simply love them.
Here I’ve combined two very economical and versatile ingredients to make a quick vegetarian curry. This is a great dish that you can add more vegetables to and it will be ready in about 30 minutes.
I love these wholesome slices filled with seasonal fruit.
Easter in Italy is a huge affair of traditions, food and festivities which varies from region to region, writes Alison Lambert.
Sadly, the plums season is coming to a close, but before it ends Alison Lambert fits one more recipe in.
Eggplants make such a wonderful, tasty addition to meal times. Here, I have added Asian flavours to showcase this outstanding vegetable.
This will make a show-stopping dessert or a delicious afternoon tea cake.
If you still have tomatoes, scallopini etc in the garden, Alison Lambert's salad is the perfect solution.
Cauliflower always surprises me by just how versatile and delicious it is. This recipe was a hit in our family and one that I particularly like as it is a refreshing alternative to the...
Plums always make the perfect accompaniment to cakes, as they add moisture and are loaded with flavour. This is another of my favourite recipes.
When the sun is shining and the ingredients are in their prime, a simple, yet satisfying, Greek salad hits the spot every time.
Corn is sweet, juicy and inexpensive at the moment. Barbecuing it is such a great way to enhance the natural flavour with a little smokiness.
Zucchinis are in season and I have fallen in love with them again. This frittata is simple, tasty, really healthy and makes a great lunch or light dinner.
It's always a perfect time for a barbecue, writes Alison Lambert.
This classic combination celebrates the new season’s sticky, fragrant garlic perfectly.
Dinners like this are great as they are informal and a great way to catch up over the holiday season, writes Alison Lambert.
Everybody has their own way of preparing this classic dish.
I love a good toastie, and why not load it with healthy, flavoursome greens? Good-quality bread is a must and a punchy cheesy filling is essential.
Simple combinations like this just work. It is almost souffle-like in texture and taste and works well as a lighter dinner.