A delicious and fresh recipe that’s perfect for lamb whilst it’s in season. This can either be made in the oven as instructed or on a BBQ for summer. Team with lots of fragrant herby pomegranate couscous and a molasses and lemon dressed green salad.
Fruit in savoury dishes is something I’ve loved experimenting with and blackberries with this steak dish, if I may so myself, is perhaps one of the best pairings I’ve thought out.
A super simple dish that’s so easy to whip up.
Perhaps not authentically Italian, however, I take comfort in knowing this is how an Italian nonna taught me to make the dish, once upon a time.
A delicious and stupidly simple soup to warm the cockles on a colder day.
A corker of a dish that warms you from the inside out.
To celebrate ‘The Power of Frozen’, Iceland invited me to a day of Christmas frivolities, cocktails and chef demos to highlight some of their Christmas range.
Halloween and Guy Fawkes are over, and I have zero qualms in admitting I am one of the first to fling the Christmas fairy lights up. Albeit hoisting up a bauble clad Christmas tree already might be somewhat premature, I’m eagerly in the mood for Christmas and everything it brings.
Wonderfully simple and easy to make but quite the show piece on Bonfire Night, my Bonfire Cupcakes are fun to create and taste ruddy delicious!
An absolute must on Sundays, the classic Roast Pork. This recipe needs a good few hours as the pork is slow roasted for four hours, giving it the texture of soft pulled pork but with a tip for the best crackling. Serve with onion and cider gravy, it’s the ultimate Sunday indulgence.