American Meatloaf meat Scotch Eggs in this fantastic centerpiece for Sunday lunch. The kids love it because it’s basically sausage and egg.
Toad in the hole is an old fashioned favourite because it’s comforting and simple. Sausages surrounded by Yorkshire pudding covered in onion gravy is a great weeknight family meal.
When you have leftover roast pork you can make this fast and tasty dish in 15 minutes. Just like sweet and sour pork it’s bright and savoury.
Whether you have leftover roast pork or want to try something new with pork loin this is a beautiful sauce to pair it with for an evening meal in under 30 minutes.
Carbonara is the queen of spaghetti dishes. Decadent and salty it is still one of my favourites. The jarred stuff bares no resemblance to this beautiful dish so give it a go and rediscover carbonara.
Cooking a gammon joint at Christmas connects me to British cooking traditions. I love hot cooked gammon with veggies then carving the leftover cold ham for sandwiches or to serve with egg and chips. It’s such a good value piece of meat.
Every little bit of prep can make cooking on the big day a bit easier. Making your pigs ahead of time gives you a chance to infuse a bit more flavour into this family favourite side dish.
Leftover roast chicken is amazing in pasta dishes. If you don’t have leftovers from Sunday lunch you can whip up some roasted pieces to use in this delicious, family pasta dish.
Sausage and Mash is a family meal classic for a very good reason. Easy to make and fun to eat at any age. Buy the best quality ingredients you can afford and you’re in for a happy dinner table!
Sausage Casserole is a one-pot family staple that’s full of fibre, 3 B-vitamins and protein which all help our mental and physical brain health. Simple to make with affordable ingredients.