These are insanely good. Not going to say any more.
Purple power – yep, purple asparagus, uncooked, adds sweetness and crunch to this salad.
Sicilian street food to gobble up.
Heaps of flavour here, serve with anything!
Mmmm. If you love eggs, and you love asparagus, it’s time to dunk!
Squishy avocado? Add it to the dressing!
Just dig in!
Salty, squeaky, cheesy … and with roasted grapes. Woop!
A dedication to the town of Amatrice and her people.
These are tasty, tart and hot, and deliciously coconutty. I can never decide whether I like them more with the coconut chilli dressing or the lime and chilli one, so I usually make both!
This sauce is made in less time than it takes to cook pasta!
Go on! Drizzle a trickle of oil on top!
Ding Ding! Breakfast is served (or make that brunch, lunch or supper).
Warming, satisfying and so very tasty.
Serve this alongside lamb or chicken, or as part of a vegetarian meal, but exercise self-control and make sure you put aside enough of this deliciousness for your lunch the next day.
Saturday soup or any day soup, it fills you up and warms you down to your toes.
If you get a whiff of this cooking, you’ll come running … succulent chicken, watermelon, feta, lemon & mint … a right tempter!
Put beans on a platter, top with a roasted chicken (spatchcocked is easier), then pull the chicken apart so all the juices run into the beans. Now that’s a pretty delicious idea!
Take it to work, have a mug of it after school, or make a meal of it.
Leftovers (should there be any!) make a great lunchbox staple – beef it up with crumbled feta and extra tomatoes for a light lunch.
Roast pumpkin glistening with a caper dressing makes a standout autumn lunch. Serving for dinner? Add a few extras such as fried pumpkin seeds and dukkah.
Fill your boots (well, not literally) with a bowl of this hearty soup on a cold day. It’ll see you right.
Simple and sublime.
Buttery, flaky, crisp … well made pastry is irresistible.