Sticky date anything always seems to be a winner and this simple luscious cake is no exception.
A southern kitchen
Heavenly morsels are an irresistible combination of densely sweet and tantalisingly tart dried fruits, dark chocolate, and orange liqueur, bound together with ground almonds, a very tempting treat.
With warm sunny days now here and more to come it is essential and comforting for the cook to have some ideas for quick, easy, no-fuss meals.
This special upside down pudding/cake is a celebration of summer and actually improves if made a day or so before eating.
Cauliflower tossed in oil and spices and briefly roasted pairs perfectly with the creaminess of edamame beans. Once roasted, cauliflower loses much of it's water content. It turns nutty, sweet and...
Vibrantly coloured with clean, subtle but rich flavours, New Zealand king salmon is acknowledged worldwide as the king of the salmon species - the rarest species of salmon in the world.
This is comfort food at its best, never bland nor boring — the flavours are quite zingy, with a bit of a bite — sweet-salty bacon balances the pungency of a mature cheddar and the juiciness of...
When it’s dark and cold outside, the best place to be is at home beside a roaring fire, a glass of red wine in hand. The food you serve needs to be rich, indulgent and, of course, home cooked.
Terrines are often regarded as classic, rustic farmhouse fare. Joan Bishop has given this one a chic modern twist and the combination of intense flavours is the secret to its success.
Not making a Christmas cake? These little beauties fill the gap admirably and don’t take long to make up and bake.
At the moment this is my absolutely favourite cake. Only a little bit sweet, it has a sharp, citrusy tang and is rapturously good, writes Joan Bishop.
This wonderfully fresh-tasting and vibrant pesto mixes green peas, edamame beans and mint with the nuttiness of parmesan, writes Joan Bishop.