This is one of my favourite festive dishes because it tastes as good as it looks. You can’t go wrong with chucking lots of delicious bits on top of something nutritious. Excellent as a lunch or a fantastic side dish to share.
The kids and I love roasting this festive icon. Chestnuts have a great texture that works well in salads or with vegetables. It’s a lovely activity for a December Saturday afternoon.
My Mother-in-law’s salsa is spectacular and she’s said I can share it with you. A good chop and a stir then you have amazing salsa to put on tacos and wraps or straight into your face with the help of a few tortilla chips!
Shares in ketchup must be a pretty safe bet considering how much the average 6 year old can consume. I decided to have a go at making my own and was delighted by how delightful it is to make and how good the final product tastes.
This simple pasta dish was inspired by a trip Paul and I took to Florence for New Year’s Eve. It’s a deeply earthy dish that is easy to make and feels very decadent to eat. A good combination of less effort, more joy.
In less than 20 minutes this earthy and delicious dish is ready. Pre-made gnocchi is easy to crisp up which makes them taste like mini Italian roast potatoes. A crunchy delight with indulgent mushroom sauce.
This vegetarian dish feels decadent but it’s actually packed full of nutrition. If you’ve been unsure about tackling the tough outer skin of autumn squashes this recipe has a trick that makes it super easy.
When it’s grey outside eating something that reminds me of bright sunshine, cold beer and vibrant ingredients makes me happy. These indulgent veggie tacos are messy and delicious!
Eggs are great at any time of day and this hash is easy to make, packed with mental health boosting nutrition and can be spiced up in a jiffy.
A simple pasta sauce is great by itself and is a great base to add other flavours to. This straightforward sauce is ready in less than 15 minutes.