Very moist, this Rhubarb and Raspberry Crumble Cake recipe makes as good a pudding, as it does a teatime cake.
This Parmesan Roast Chicken with Cauliflower and Thyme recipe makes a really simple, and remarkably delicious, family meal.
This Pork Chops with Mustard and Capers recipe is a classic, but none the worse for that. We love the way the richness of the cream is cut by the capers.
This Roast Citrus, Ginger & Honey Chicken recipe is very simple to make, and it looks pretty spectacular, as the chicken turns dark and glossy because of the honey.
This is such a simple and delicious way to cook squirrel. This recipe also works really well with rabbit, pheasant or even chicken.
This delicious brownie recipe substitutes plain flour for rye flour, bringing together a nutty flavour and a delicious chocolate bitterness.
This salad is all about the crunch and bite of raw ingredients, and the honey-sweet warmth of the punchy dressing that brings it all together.
This traditional British recipe has been given a contemporary twist by using brioche rather than good old-fashioned white bread, which surprisingly lightens the pudding.
This Rhubarb and Almond Cake is one of the Yurt Cafe’s best selling cakes. It is delicious when eaten warm with cream, but just as good when eaten cold.
Make this Rhubarb Tart recipe the day before so that the flavours have a chance to soak into the pastry, or eat it immediately. Either way, it goes well with cream, custard or ice-cream.
Why is this the best brownies ever recipe? It’s easy to make. Just melt the meltables, put everything in a bowl, mix well, and bake for 22 to 28 minutes.
There’s nothing like a warm, lightly-spiced Hot Cross Bun with butter, of course, to celebrate Easter. And GAIL’s have shared the recipe for their iconic Hot Cross Buns with us.