Lancashire Hotpot is a beautiful and simple dish that turns the cheapest cuts of lamb into something delicate and delicious.
In the 6 years I’ve been managing my depression I have found several foods that make a big difference to my health and I’m sharing them with you.
Feta and Spinach Stuffed Chicken Breasts are a wonderful main for Sunday lunch. A beautiful and delicious dish to treat your diners.
A slow cooked beef brisket is Sunday Dinner in one pot. This is my go to Sunday roast if we’re going to be out for most of the day then return to the glorious smell of dinner.
Making this beautiful rolled pork loin is straightforward and rather fun! It’s delicious with veggies and gravy then it slices easily when cold to put in sandwiches.
Roasting a chicken is one of the best things you can learn to cook. It makes an amazing meal then any leftovers can be used for pasta. You can simmer the bones to make stock for soup. It’s such an economical food.
Celery is a fantastic vegetable to serve hot and braised slowly in cider it’s a wonderful side dish for pork.
This cabbage side dish is so good. The textures of pecan and fine apple slices go beautifully with cabbage. It’s incredibly easy to make and goes brilliantly with roast pork.
Cauliflower Cheese is a stalwart of comfort food. You can serve it with Sunday dinner, gammon steaks or salmon fillets and I’ve been known to eat the leftovers cold straight from the fridge.
Slowly cooking a shoulder of lamb with some classic Greek flavours is incredibly easy. The fork-soft lamb is wonderful in wraps and tacos or serve it alongside minted potatoes and pour over the amazing roasting juices.