Cooler weather may be upon us, but this is where I love the comfort of desserts. Poached pears can also double up as a topping on cereals for breakfasts and to accompany creamy yoghurts and ice creams.
Puddings like these tick all the right boxes on a cold night. Rhubarb adds such a tangy twist to the comfort of the warm sponge, Alison Lambert writes.
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!
This salad makes you feel great. It is packed with flavour, crunch, looks gorgeous and goes beautifully with fish and pork.
This is an old recipe I was given years ago. It is a wonderfully lively side dish to roast pork or a bowl of wilted greens.
This dish by Alison Lambert is simple, seasonal and delicious. Try it with some toasted sourdough bread, or perhaps some pan-fried fillets of fish and aioli.
This recipe is the perfect base for any number of delicious toppings. I always have ready-rolled pastry in the freezer, which is perfect for a quick tart like this. Be creative with the vast array of delicious seasonal produce.
This cake can be made with either carrot or beetroot or, as I have done here, a combination of the pair so I get not only a fantastic-flavoured cake but a fabulous-looking one also.
You need only three ingredients - potato, onion and egg - to make this delicious Spanish tortilla (omelette).
The combination of two super healthy ingredients with a punchy dressing is the perfect winter pick-me-up.
This is a great combination of vegetables arranged and baked simply to create a splendid pie for all dietary requirements, Alison Lambert writes.
If, like me, you are new to the idea of roasting radishes, then you will be pleasantly surprised at how the sometimes hot peppery flavour mellows and sweetens.
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 need to take advantage of the uplifting and refreshing flavour of lemons while they are still fragrant and juicy. This slice hits the spot!
Rhubarb is in season and it adds so much to our winter menu. With its tangy notes and pinkish hues it not only works well in sweets, but also surprisingly well alongside savoury ingredients, too.