I’m not from a crumble family, but I know a good one when I see one, and this is a good one!
Zesty, fluffy and delicious, these cranberry studded orange scones would be perfect for Christmas coffees & festive brunches!
This delicious French onion beef noodle broth delivers comfort and flavour in spades. It doesn’t take long to make either – the hero we need this winter!
Fusing an Irish classic with farther-flung flavours, this pan potato cake is a comfort food classic for strange times.
This deliciously hearty (and yes, sue me, cheesy!) tarte tatin recipe brings out the best in Brussels sprouts. It’s a great recipe for serving at a dinner party, or for a casual weekend lunch with friends.
Creamy and comforting with a little bit of sunshine running through it, this chicken casserole is the perfect option for a cosy weekend supper or midweek meal.
Packed with chopped walnuts, mozzarella, herbs and diced garlic and cooked on the vine for impact, these stuffed tomatoes would make for a lovely, light, simple summer meal.
These gin-infused smoked trout pots are perfect for a simple winter lunch or stylish starter – just serve with plenty of sourdough toast.
Perfect for a summertime garden lunch or picnic, this simple savoury tart makes for a deliciously satisfying and quietly impressive option that will please both vegetarians and meat-eaters alike.
This delicious salad is a handy option for entertaining midweek, as most of the prep can be done beforehand, leaving you beautifully unruffled when the doorbell rings.
This warm salad is ideal for the chillier days of autumn when you don’t need to go straight to root veg winter stews yet but still need a bit of warmth and substance to your dishes.
With its combination of bright flavours, nutty tones and the richness of the ham, it’s a new stalwart for chillier autumn days
Sort of a hybrid between a pot pie and a fish pie, these tasty little dishes are the ultimate in comfort food, and need only some peas or braised cabbage on the side to make a really satisfying meal.
Smoked over pinewood to achieve its unusual, brewed-over-campfire taste, lapsang souchong tea is great for infusing a fabulously smoky flavour into foods. Try the technique with these deliciously tender lapsang souchong poached chicken breasts, which are ideal for a light supper with friends.
Made with miso-roasted portobello mushrooms, this deliciously savoury ramen would be a great option for a midweek meal as it only takes about 30 minutes to make, is beautifully comforting and can be meat-free if you so choose.