The best versions of scallion cream cheese are creamy, dreamy spreads that put the stuff in the supermarket to shame. And, it’s even easy to make at home.
Forget that overpriced 6 month old store-bought cereal. With a simple granola recipe, you can make your own and embrace your crunchy granola status.
Pesto is often considered an Italian staple, but you can celebrate British produce with a wild garlic pesto made with kale and hazelnuts.
Bring the magic of the all-knowing kale into your home with a rich (and still healthful) kale Caesar salad.
French onion soup can be a pain, but I’ve sussed out a shortcut that makes it a complete breeze.
Memories of Marrakech in a tangy, spiced Moroccan carrot salad.
Chicken wings with no batter and no frying – and yet still crispy? Yes it is possible!
It’s not raspberry season, but don’t let that stop you make this wintry version of cranachan, with a smooth warming custard and whisky-soaked fruit.
If you’ve taken up a new year’s resolution to eat differently, or you just want to dig into a big pile of chips, try out some addictive, crunchy baked tortilla chip nachos.
A few of my favorite recent recipes, including a vegan option, two great desserts and pork belly.