A recipe for the most epic of winter dishes, a 7 Hour Slow Roast Beef Rib. You’ll never go back to turkey! Find out how to pull this incredibly impressive meal together here.
This pancetta gnocchi recipe is one I cooked for the first time, ooh, about a year and a half ago now, and is a family-pleasing favourite of ours that’s impressive to eat but speedy to cook up.
This beautiful Lamb Dhansak recipe is such a dream to cook and will be done in only twenty minutes: the rice takes almost as long as the tender meat curry, despite using a fairly cheap shoulder cut.
These pancakes have become something of a tradition in our house, we eat them every other weekend and I just can’t. Get. Enough. The maple syrup creates a wonderful sweet/salt symphony when added to the bacon and the pancakes fluff up beautifully to compliment its crisp bite.
This perfect roast chicken recipe of mine fulfils the trifecta of crispy skin, full flavour and utter moistness, and is one that is requested regularly by my family. Using this method of cooking is pretty foolproof and will produce a bird you’ll want to eat time and time again.
If you’re a woman of a certain age working in a certain sector or having given birth to a certain amount of children, gin is supposed to be a survival thing. “Gin O’Clock!” we’re assumed to exclaim daily as the clock ticks over to 7pm (or is it 6? or even 5?), before pouring ourselves a large measure of the botanical stuff over a mountain of ice, glugging it down while our angels play with their fish fingers.
I love LOVE Paella but I was worried how my two might take it. My preference is to cook it with bells and whistles – squid and mussels – but I toned it down a bit for these two and just added chicken and cod
Pizza: one of the greatest inventions of this world. I mean, who doesn’t love pizza? Don’t answer that, I’d want nothing to do with any deviant who doesn’t want to face-plant into a pile of dough-based cheese and tomato goodness at least four times a week.
In short, pizza = goooooood.