Huevos Rancheros is a beautiful breakfast fiesta. Simple salsa. fried eggs, black beans and feta served with tortillas. Take a look at how you can make your own tortillas.
Courgettes with garlic, lemon and mint, rolled up into perfect, crunchy mouthfuls is a salad I keep coming back to time and time again.
Cottage Pie is a British classic that cannot be beaten for comfort on a rainy night. This humble pie has been around for centuries and the love is still strong across the land.
It’s my birthday so I’m eating my favourite things, including Rib Eyes with Salsa Verde. Quick and totally delicious. Pairs beautifully with mermaid birthday cake!
Fish tacos are one of those perfect foods that can transport you to the ocean and sunshine. The combination of crunchy battered fish, soft taco, sharp pickled onion and spiced sour cream is pure heaven.
Breakfast Trifle is a very happy combination of brioche, yoghurt, fruit, custard and cream. The kids love building their own trifles from the ingredients laid out on the table.
I love finding different ways to eat my favourite festive ingredients. Scallops with Brussels and Dates is a sweet and spicy delight. Scallops always feel like a treat so it’s a great weekend meal to make and eat with a glass of wine.
This is my most basic roast chicken dinner which requires little effort, money and skills. Knowing how to roast a chicken gives you the chance to make lots of cheap meals from the leftovers. No fuss just good, tasty food.
Learning how to make these dumplings was a labour of love that was well worth the effort. The kids love helping me mix the filling and rolling out the dumpling wrappers.