Welcome to asparagus season! Steamed asparagus goes fantastically with a buttery lemon chicken and mushrooms.
When the autumn highs and lows make you dizzy, eat something hearty and light, warming and refreshing… like Dijon salmon with leeks, mushrooms and lentils.
Making scallops at home requires an eye on the timer and an appetite for eating the experiments. Put them on top of risotto for a perfect match.
Coconut milk and loads of Thai-inspired ingredients are a delicious way to jazz up chicken.
Lasagne may not seem like the best way to show off summer produce, but going light on the cheese means you can taste everything and not feel like a dead weight once it’s all gone.
On hot days, I love the challenge of coming up with the quickest, simplest meals that still taste great and don’t leave you hungry 20 minutes later.
I have a definite soft spot for homemade tomato sauce and pasta dinners. It was my favorite thing to eat as a kid, and now I love making it. This is a versatile meal for vegans or meat-eaters.
Mushrooms are a pretty great thing in risotto, especially when the wind starts to bite and the temperatures drop into winter-coat territory. This will warm you right up.