Lovely and light and jam-packed with tangy fruit.
So not a school pudding!
A well made kedgeree is a delicious thing!
Start your day with a delicious healthy bowl of oats.
Bubble & Squeak … What a name!
Breakfast fit for a King? Or a Queen? For ANYONE!!!
A bowl of exotic fruits and nuts, steeping in syrup, with the heady perfume of rosewater and lemon peel.
Crumble with wholegrain oats and hazelnuts is good for you. Yes it is!
Breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner, this dish fits it all.
Colourful, crunchy, juicy, tangy and with a balanced minty ginger bite, a bowl of fresh fruit salad is the perfect end to a summer’s meal.
Who said you can’t have crumble for breakfast? Not in my house! Oats, cornflakes and fruit sounds good to me.
This is a revolutionary way of flavouring yoghurt. Add smoked paprika flakes or ground cumin, or make a sweet version with ground cinnamon and mixed spice. Or for another take, scatter with chopped herbs. See Lentils & Cavolo Nero with Spiced Yoghurt for a serving idea.
Croque madame makes no apologies for being extra rich, gooey and drippy, and for being lip-smackingly good, filling and ultra satisfying.
Sometimes the French get it just so right: bread, cheese, ham, all bundled together into the most glorious mouthful.
The picture doesn’t lie – this is scrumptious!
Sometimes all you want is a ‘big monty’ breakfast or brunch. Make this the base and add eggs, fried tomatoes and baby sausages. Mm-mmm.
Easy cornbread recipe using polenta and olive oil.
Watch it … then make it!
It’s all about that golden crispy topping!
Crumble for breakfast? You betcha, should there be any left.
Rich, sweet and creamy … thank goodness the sourness of apricots takes the edge off!
Could there be a better fruit combination than strawberries and mango? Doubt it.
Mmmm. If you love eggs, and you love asparagus, it’s time to dunk!
Golden, crunchy, crusty snitzels do it for me every time.
When I grew up these little beauties were called tree tomatoes. Where does the name tamarillo come from?
Ding Ding! Breakfast is served (or make that brunch, lunch or supper).