Some of our favourites recipes and tips for a little kitchen inspiration
Simple and delicious.
Delicious and nutritious this is a soup that can be adapted for all seasons and has been my lockdown staple.
Say it with cake this Valentine's Day. ❤️❤️
These are classic Scotch Pancakes otherwise known as Drop Scones or American Pancakes.
Flambé this decadent crepe at the dinner table and wow your guests.
The perfect work from home snack. These apple, pecan and cinnamon muffins are easy and quick to make, using local apples and the nuts are a good source of protein to fill you up.
These are the classic Shrove Tuesday Pancake. I love them served with just with a little butter, a squeeze of lemon and tiny sprinkle of sugar.
This vibrant salad is great in January when fennel (from Italy), oranges (Italy or Spain), and pomegranates (Italy) are all in season and at their best, and with pomegranates absolutely packed with antioxidants, it’s great for immune boosting.
This is absolutely delicious as a side dish served with a crisp green salad or some seasonal greens like the Cavolo Nero. Do not be afraid to use lots of olive oil, it needs it.
A lovely simple, vibrant soup that makes you feel better just to look at.
A classic Apple tart, this is my mother's recipe and is one of the best ways to make the most of Bramley apples.
This classic buttermilk scone recipe is easy to make and the scones taste delicious.