This is a bit of futzing, but as most of these kinds of recipes are for meat, it was worth including this meatless one. The prunes are actually gorgeous in it, particularly with the squash.
A gorgeous, full-flavoured soup.
This is a great vegetable side dish that dirties very few dishes during the prep!
Fine for a quick lunch on your own, or serve with a salad and you have a quick winter’s lunch you can serve to guests. Probably each person will want two pieces of toast at least.
A really hearty, tasty potato dish.
A delicious, fantastic savoury pie.
A great summer’s eve meal with a leafy green side salad.
This is a summer recipe; make when the tomatoes are at their best and fresh basil is plentiful and inexpensive.
Baked red onions, tomatoes and puff pastry: yum. Dead easy to make, and looks great.
A really tasty rice dish.
This is a vegetarian take on the classic toad in the hole recipe.
A really interesting, yummy baked pasta.
Wine, beer, cider and fruit juices often contain floating matter in them which gives them a haze. It is not desirable to sell them like this, as consumers expect such beverages to be clear. (Even when drinking home brewed wine or beer, we still expect a crystal clear drink.) More importantly, the particles which cause…
These freeze well for future use. The recipe can easily be doubled or tripled.
Pasties are ideal for picnics, packed lunches, or outdoor buffets during the summer. The thick edging on pasties was originally for farm and mine workers in Cornwall, England.
Great to have on hand in the fridge as part of a quick, salad-plate type meal.
The 1st of October is World Vegetarian Day. Being a vegetarian isn’t anything new, as many people think it is. In fact, it was practised back in Ancient Greece.