These gin-infused smoked trout pots are perfect for a simple winter lunch or stylish starter – just serve with plenty of sourdough toast.
These American-style chocolate ‘crackle’ cookies would be perfect for parcelling up in parchment and giving as Christmas presents or serving up at the end of a festive dinner party with coffee.
Made using a no-churn method, this baked apple ice cream makes for a deliciously creamy, rich and autumnal dessert option just as it is, and it can be served straight from the freezer thanks to the generous splash of rum in the recipe
The perfect option for a fuss-free dinner party starter, this gorgeous dip can be made with with smoked salmon or trout and will have all your guests asking for the recipe
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With its gorgeous, more-than-the-sum-of-its-parts flavour and bright, vibrant appearance, this easy sharing-style brunch dish is well worth taking the time to savour.
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