If you can peel and slice a potato you can make this dish!
This hardly needs a recipe, but here you go, just in case …
Take a quick visit to a French country kitchen with this dish.
Bubble & Squeak … What a name!
Eat your coloureds in the tastiest way!
Shake a stick at Brussels sprouts! Add rosemary, garlic, nutmeg, lemon and hazelnuts and watch them disappear.
Start with good bread. Invest in good oil. Begin the feast!
Golden crusty succulent pork. Yeah!
Sparkly and perky, that’s just how you want an autumnal salad to be.
Brushing cauliflower with spiced butter ensures it will colour to a rich golden brown … and the smell (mmmm!).
This salad’s sharp, salty, grassy bite can take on strongly flavoured foods. Look for a match of terrine, pâtés and game dishes.
There’s nothing more comforting than a good fruit crumble.
These are seriously so good that I swear they’ll beat any kebab and falafel combo that a 1am service, or any other time, can offer you.
You got 10 minutes? That’s all it takes to assemble these irresistible morsels.
Fab combo – lentils, cavolo nero & spiced yoghurt – with nuts and seeds, oh, and add a fried egg!
Authentic porcini and meat ragu … it can be softened with a swirl of cream for the faint-hearted.
Golden crunch – who can resist that?
Sizzle and stir, stack and bake … then devour!
Here’s a big pot of goodness to serve to the troops.
Chorizo gives layers of flavour to this soup. And it’s one of those soups that tastes even better the day after making.
A Kiwi gardener’s favourite – you can ignore it, and it just keeps on growing! Read how to make the most of it.
Candy-coloured beetroot will turn heads at your next gathering.
Go on – make a hole in the crumble and pour in a good swig of cream, or better still, add a decent-sized blob of vanilla ice cream.
A dedication to the town of Amatrice and her people.
Good old-fashioned cooking can’t be beat.
Get your groove on with this chicken mamma – it’s so amazing!