Served with parsnip crisps, and homemade tartare sauce There’s something about fish fingers that brings back childhood memories of simple, comforting meals that were easy to make and enjoyed by the whole family. But who said that these delicious treats have to be reserved just for kids? With a few …
Beef and ale go brilliantly well together, and on a cold, dark winter night you’d be hard-pressed to beat a dish as hearty and delicious as a good old beef in ale casserole!
One of the great things about a beef in ale casserole, apart from being delicious anyway, is that the flavour of the finished dish really does depend upon the type of beer you use.
The full English breakfast – a belly-busting blow-out treat that is perfect for a lazy weekend day! This recipe really is the full works.
This super-easy olive oil and balsamic vinaigrette salad dressing recipe is great for salads and for dunking crusty bread into.
Think you don’t like sprouts? Think again! With this delicious Brussel sprouts with bacon and chestnut recipe, you’ll be an instant convert to these tasty, nutritious little Brassicas.
Red wine jus. It’s a lot easier to make than you might think! This delicious, rich sauce is excellent with game and fowl (pan-roasted duck breast is a particular favourite of mine) and can even be used instead of gravy to make that old favourite, sausage and mash, more exciting.
This succulent roast chicken is a classic dish you can enjoy at any time of the year. Of course, it makes for a great Sunday roast! It is a versatile meal that you can dress up or down, making it perfect for anything from a weeknight dinner to a special …
This easy recipe makes the perfect Yorkshire Puddings. ideal with roast beef (or any ‘Sunday roast’ – it doesn’t have to be beef!) or even on their own served with a rich, onion gravy. The real secret to making perfect Yorkshire puddings is simple – leave the batter to rest in the fridge overnight.