Greengage season is upon us and this is just another delicious way to celebrate them.
The combination of fresh plums, cooked into a scone and served warm with spiced sugar is a great way to start any day.
This tart is a true celebration of rustic French fare, simply made with lots of onions
Rhubarb is back and this cake is not only magical in taste but also in appearance.
Memories of Cornish pasties filled with all sorts of comforting fillings have inspired me to combine flavours from the garden with flavours from the paddock encased in flaky puff pastry - what else can I say?
Pumpkin bread is a revelation to me; a little spicy, a little sweet, very moist and wickedly wonderful with butter.
This is a truly French-inspired salad which I have adapted from the magnificent chef Raymond Blanc.
Barley is wholesome, filling and easy on the pocket. It also has a wonderful texture that complements the sweet roasted pumpkin and fresh parsley.
This soup is the essence of summer. It is light, refreshing and full of flavour.
This is a simple and fresh variation on the traditional chicken and corn soup. Using fresh, sweet and crunchy corn is a delightful addition.
This rustic country pie made with plenty of hearty winter greens makes for a perfect lunch or dinner.
This is a great, simple way to cook this deeply flavoured, robust green.
Make the most of that overlooked vegetable, the cauliflower.
This is a fantastic tart to celebrate quinces and walnuts, a truly autumnal delight.
These wonderfully vibrant and wickedly spiced crisps are a great pre-dinner snack. Ideal for feeding the crowds celebrating the Rugby World Cup.
This is a fantastic tart; the contrast between the sweet red onions caramelised with the balsamic vinegar and finished with flaky puff pastry is a wonderful example of perfect partnerships in food.