Egg and smoked fish complement each other perfectly, especially when packaged up as a crisp, golden Scotch egg.
Simple and super. This pasta with roasted tomatoes, chilli & garlic is perfect for a speedy taste of Tuscany.
Mark Hix spills the dish on his recipe for a meaty monkfish cheek and fennel pie.
James Martin shares his decadent winter dessert – cinnamon madeleines that pair perfectly with a addictive spiced caramel sauce.
London chef Tom Cenci shares his autumnal recipe for baked celeriac with mushroom broth and parmesan truffled breadcrumbs.
Christelle Huet-Gomez’s magic Halloween cake is a bite of something spook-tacular.
Add a little flair at dessert time with James Martin’s spiced chocolate and nut tart.
Go on, you know you’re itching for a bite of James Martin’s southern-fried buttermilk chicken with tomato and sweetcorn salsa.
James Martin’s tender pork with Vichy carrots is bursting with juicy flavour.
Gill Meller’s hedgehog mushrooms on toast is a bite on the wild side.
Expert chocolatier William Curley shares his melt-in-the-mouth recipe for heavenly hazelnut rocher.
Chloe Timms ditches traditional baking ingredients with these heavenly coconut flour brownies.
Pack in the veggies and try Julie Montagu’s Thai coconut noodle bowl with pak choi and mushrooms
Channel your inner hygge with these simple potato waffles, decked with traditional creme fraiche, onion, roe and dill.
Entirely plant-based, Icelandic chef Solla Eiríksdóttir’s vegan burgers with root vegetable fries make a delectably filling feast.
Calvados is a completely seductive apple brandy from France. When that apple-y booze is coupled with custard-soaked, crunchy-topped, buttery croissants and chunks of apple, you have a dessert perfect for any winter dinner.
Souperb. This does take a bit of preparation, but it is totally worth it for the real depth of flavour. The roasting of the squash and the garlic brings out an intense, smoky sweetness that runs throughout the dish.
Gill Meller’s seared venison dish is a mouth-watering work of art.
This looks very impressive considering that you don’t really make anything, and it’s great for dinner parties.
Fruity and fragrant – finish a feast with these speedy chocolate pear crumbles for just the right amount of decadence.