The snow peas add great texture and colour to this risotto.
A really tasty rice dish.
Even Lima Bean haters will eat this up if you don’t tell them in advance that it uses Lima Beans.
A lovely, rich, creamy-tasting risotto; the avocado adds an element of freshness to it.
A little bit fiddly, but a very inexpensive and straightforward way to surprise everyone with potatoes presented in a very different way.
A really good baked pasta dish, very flavourful and hearty.
This is a great supper dish.
This soup will look beautiful with the contrast between the green of the spinach and the red of the pomegranate seeds sprinkled on top.
This is very tasty with the leeks, but you can use sliced onions instead if you have onions to hand.
Great for vegetarians, but so tasty everyone will love them.
You can make these a day ahead. They need to be chilled anyway so they hold together well.
This is a one dish meal that will knock everyone’s socks off. It is very hearty; serve on a plate with just some salad and good bread.
Yummy macaroni & cheese for grown-ups, with a crumbled potato chip topping. Very morish.
The onions turn really sweet because they are cooked for so long, first in the frying pan and then again in the oven. Very nice with a salad with tomatoes in it.
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.
This recipe was given by the New York actress Anne Bancroft to Toronto writer Warren Dunford in the 1990s. It has a lightly-spiced flavour that is warm and distinctive.