This is a fab recipe. Serve with raspberries, blackberries, plums and/or peaches and cream. Divine and easy.
I am a bit like Garfield in that I love lasagne! This is a great recipe. Pretty simple, and fills you up. The dish you cook it in should be about the size of an iPad.
Love toad in the hole. Sadly it is often done without the toad actually in the hole - kind of near the hole. Not good enough. This is how to do it properly. Nice with mashed potato, tomatoes, courgette and ketchup!
Sushi is one of those things that intimidates the novice chef. However, we can now report that it is not that difficult. It is a light supper or a starter for a more serious meal. Tuna and avocado works well, as does salmon and cucumber. You can have loads of fun arranging and beautifying it - check out our funky fish below!!!
Elena and I did this for supper one night . Mary Berry was chief adviser - this recipe is fantastic! Do it.
Not a dinner but a supper. Pretty healthy. A very nice, easy recipe.
Part of the problem I find with smoothies is that they are often so stuffed full of fruit that they become, as has been widely reported, almost as bad for you as sugared drinks like Coke. Thus, it seems sensible to make a drink out of just one fruit. Yes, you are not getting all of your five-a-day from this, but equally you are not getting the sugar intake. So easy.
Just chuck a whole, stoned peach in a blender with a glass of milk. Done. Skin if you feel strongly about it but I really don't care so I did not bother.
Smoothies are awesome. Fact. Healthy. Easy. What is not to like? Give these a go. An amazing recipe.
This one has fish! Really nice lunch. These are just awesome.
OK so I was bored and I got experimenting....
Good if you have a cold or just feel like a soothing drink!
We have teamed up with America! Steph, who runs MakeThatThreeDozen.com, is going to try one of my recipes and we have tried one of hers. It is delicious. You have to try it.
Mix the sugars, coconut cream and peanut butter in a bowl with an electric whisk. Chuck in the yoghurt and the egg and blitz until creamy.
Fold in the baking powder, flour, salt and cinnamon with a rubber spatula if you have got one. If not, don't worry too much about it.
Cut your strawberries into quarters and fold into the mix.
Line a baking tray with baking paper and fill it up. Pop it into the oven for about 30-40 minutes at a high temperature (180 degrees). If it looks like it is burning, cover with silver foil.
So here is another great smoothie recipe. We all love smoothies but it is actually quite hard to get something that works. This does. Try it.
This was really good. Very spicy but very good. My aunt suggested it and is a great recipe for a fairly light supper/lunch.
This actually works. I know you are struggling to believe it but it does. Try it. I forgot to take a picture so here is a lovely picture of a beach in Cornwall...
This is real comfort food. It is easy to prepare and takes about an hour to cook. Will warm you up on a cold day! A great, easy recipe. Recipe makes about 4 meals worth (jam jar them up and freeze them).
Healthy as always. This was a little more work - have to boil an egg and some pasta! Wooo!
I love duck. Chicken is nice, but duck is better. This was a combined effort with Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and my aunt (see the post "Easy Healthy Tangy Parfait"). It is spicy and rich. It looks and tastes complex but is actually super easy. The trick is knowing how!
I owe this one to my fantabulous aunt. A nice easy pudding and absolutely delicious. We have been on holiday in Cornwall (wooo go Cornwall!) for a bit - fortunately Hurricane Bertha kind of just grazed our bit so we have still been able to beach and sail and things. There is something about sea air that takes it out of you so it was really nice to sit down and have a proper meal! This is splendid. Try it.
Ratatouille is definitely one of my favourite things. You can have it on its own, or with other bits and pieces. So easy. So healthy. Loveable.
These are brilliant. They are healthy and look fabulous. If you have a big jar, you can eat straight out of it, or alternatively tip it out onto a plate. Such a good idea.
Healthier than ice cream (well, apart from our super fruity ones). Bit of a cheat. Love it. I don't have an ice cream maker here at Durham so this is my work around. Fab.
No matter who you are, or what you do, or where you come from, you will enjoy a good picnic. Fact. We are on holiday in Cornwall and had these on the sea. Nothing better.
Flapjack is just one of those things that people like. The ingredients for this recipe are simple and it takes no time to prepare. Faaaabbbbb.
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