These salty and tender parcels are a beautiful side dish for special occasions. You can assemble them beforehand then roast them for 10 minutes when you’re ready.
So many people over-cook cabbage and ruin it. This beautiful family of iron-packed leaves is so easy to cook with just a little prep, a dash of water and a sprinkle of salt.
This delicious lunch is a great way to use up odd sizes of tomatoes. Incredibly easy to assemble, the tomatoes roast slowly to release deep sweet and savory flavours.
Golden Soup is a beautiful blend of butternut squash and carrots and I always make it for Bonfire Night. It’s a delicious sweet and savoury soup.
Roasting a tray of mushrooms is incredibly easy and covered in this sticky balsamic glaze the result is delicious.
Butternut Squash is incredibly good for you and roasted slowly it creates these sweet and chewy slices.
Celery is a fantastic vegetable to serve hot and braised slowly in cider it’s a wonderful side dish for pork.
It’s easy to make your own pumpkin pie in the UK since the large supermarkets started selling tinned pumpkin. This iconic North American dessert is beautifully spiced with a soft texture.
Bacon wrapped potato cake is fun to make delicious to eat. I make it as a weekday meal then fry any leftovers and serve with an egg for breakfast… double win.
Padron Peppers are one of my favourite snacks to eat with a beer. These salty, sometimes fiery peppers are ready in minutes and transport me back to the first time I ate them in Barcelona.