This colourful salad has a delectably tart flavour, courtesy of the added pomegranate molasses.
Packed with omega 3 fatty acids, this smoked salmon, beetroot and minted yoghurt wrap is a wonderful portable lunch.
Carrot cake has to one of the best traditional Swedish cakes. Simon Bajada’s recipe brings together all the same flavours in an easy-to-make, delicious dessert.
Start your day the healthy way with Kimberly Parsons’ Dukkah eggs with broad bean & avocado mash.
Sink your teeth into spring with Lennox Hastie’s tender asparagus & mussel cream with rye.
Wake up and smell the wakame. Andrew McConnell’s tuna, avocado and wakame is a fresh bite with added tang.
Icelandic chef Agnar Sverrisson serves up a refreshing blood orange with a moreish coconut sorbet.
Deliciously filling, Christian Turner of The Colony Grill shares his recipe for a chicken pot pie with a velvety smooth filling.
These gluten-free pancakes have a slight crunch from the cornmeal and the courgette keeps them…
Celebrated Icelandic chef Solla Eiríksdóttir provides a fresh and modern take on typical tacos with this raw plant-based dish.
Adam Handling shares his recipe for ‘Mother’, a salt-baked celeriac made with truffled cream cheese and soft dates.
Salad with soul – yuzu kosho is a fermented paste made from ground yuzu citrus peel and green chillies.
This is Justin North’s version of a seafood civet, full of the strong salty taste of the ocean.
Ideal for a wintery feast, the hazelnut oil in this dressing intensifies the nutty taste and moistens the vegetables.
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.
It’s no easy feat, but Mark Best’s chocolate mousse ‘écrasé’ with eucalyptus and coconut is a true bite of culinary chasms.
Murray Wilson, Head Chef of Muro at Rudding Park hotel shares his recipe for a tender John Dory delight.
James Morton recreates a childhood classic with this Scottish fried-mackerel dish.
Use the freshest, best-grade fish fillet you can buy – this is a light, delicate dish that relies on the quality of its ingredients.
Gill Meller’s seared venison dish is a mouth-watering work of art.