From slow-cooked casseroles to heart-warming curries, steaming soups to indulgent puddings, keep the cold out and get cosy indoors with our collection of oh, so, comforting, satisfying and super-delicious winter warmers. Our selection of winter warmers will help get you through the colder months.
This is such a simple and delicious way to cook squirrel. This recipe also works really well with rabbit, pheasant or even chicken.
Dulse seaweed adds waves of intensity to this slowly cooked Beef Shin with Smoked Dulse recipe, creating a simple yet stunning dish.
This delicious brownie recipe substitutes plain flour for rye flour, bringing together a nutty flavour and a delicious chocolate bitterness.
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.
This warming Beetrook Bake with Parmesan recipe is from The Great Dixter Cookbook: Recipes from an English Garden by Aaron Bertelsen, published by Phaidon.
Recipe notes This Moroccan Lamb Harira Soup is traditionally eaten during Ramadan to break the fast, with a handful of medjool dates. About this recipe
A seasonal take on the classic fish pie but using celeriac as a lovely alternative to mashed potato.
A Vegetable Samosas Recipe from Together: Our Community Cookbook, a stunning charity cookbook by the Hubb Community Kitchen.
An Aubergine Masala recipe from Together: Our Community Cookbook, a stunning charity cookbook by the Hubb Community Kitchen.
A Coconut Chicken Curry Recipe from Together: Our Community Cookbook, a stunning charity cookbook by the Hubb Community Kitchen.
Chef Steven Ellis of The Oxford Blue fine dining Pub & Restaurant in Windsor shares his delicious Slow Cooked Rabbit Casserole recipe.