As the temperature drops and the leaves begin to change colour, it’s time to switch up our cooking game and start preparing some hearty, warming recipes.
Tartiflette is a traditional French dish that is served in The Alps. This dish is rich, creamy, and sweetened by the onion and leek. It is utterly decadent.
Whoever invented the freezer was a smart cookie! We probably all freeze things like leftovers, but have you ever thought about freezing your surplus vegetables?
Don’t you hate being disappointed in yourself? Instead of staying in and using up what was in the fridge, you said yes to a last-minute dinner at the pub.
Milk in a meatball?!? Absolutely! The milky breadcrumbs keep these meatballs succulent and fluffy and still allows the rich meaty flavour to shine through.
Everybody loves cheese and these crispy little tartlets are so tasty. Turning cheap ingredients into a luxurious tasting tart is simple with this winning recipe
This dish is essentially three simple steps and needs very little attention. It’s a real crowd pleaser and could be doubled if you have a lot of guests to feed.
The changing of the season brings coloured leaves falling from the trees and the arrival of sweet, juicy pears. This cake is perfect for an Autumnal afternoon.
The onset of autumn can sometimes feel a little gloomy but this hearty stew is such a treat. It’s low maintenance but high flavour!
I love a simple soup and this is so easy to make. You roughly chop a bunch of veggies and roast them. Then a quick blitz in the blender and dinner is served!
This cake is so hearty, I feel like it’s the kind of cake your Nan would bake. It has the subtle spice of cinnamon, the freshness of apple & a hint of custard.
This easy, rustic French tart is a great dessert for when you’re short on time. It is so quick and simple to make and it definitely wows the crowd.
Focaccia is such a crowd pleaser, I take it to all picnics as it’s perfect with sliced meats, cheeses & dips. It’s also a great centrepiece for a dinner party.
This recipe is perfect for using up the odds and ends in the fridge. Use zucchini, chopped kale, eggplant or potatoes. Either way, it’s going to be delicious!
This recipe is great for using up veggies you have lying around. The flavour of chilli is punchy so it can happily absorb the flavours of most vegetables.
This is such a fun recipe and great for a family dinner or when you’re hosting friends. The recipe may seem long, but it’s mostly just chopping and mixing!
This dish is a great use for all kinds of summer vegetables. It is rich tasting but is still light enough for a summer’s evening and is packed full of veg.
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Potato salad is like a hug in a bowl, it’s the ultimate comfort food. We’ve added lots of fresh herbs and parmesan to make this dish delicious.
This is a perfect summer dish, it’s light and fresh, with the olives giving a rich flavour. The fact that it’s super quick and easy to make is just a bonus.