This dish works best with black squid ink pasta, which creates a dramatic dish worth devouring.
A summery dish with zing – this salmon plate is bursting with refreshing flavour.
You will find this dish being cooked at any street-food stall or restaurant along the central coast of Vietnam. It is a local favourite, as it is simple, fresh and delicious.
Two words. Simple and succulent.
Speedy to cook on the barbecue and delicious with it too.
The 1970s are back… well, they should be, as people seem to love stuff like this when you serve it at home.
This looks very impressive considering that you don’t really make anything, and it’s great for dinner parties.
This octopus dish really hits the spot.
This is a simple salad of magnificent Spring Bay scallops from the pristine waters off Tasmania.
This yin and yang recipe delivers the best of both worlds.
This delicious dish is best cooked with really fresh shellfish, as the seawater trapped inside the shells is what makes it taste so good.
Smoky and sumptuous – this dish makes an excellent savoury start to the day.
Pierre Koffman’s bouillabaisse is classic French cuisine at its finest.
Cooking over a wood fire gives this octopus a smoky char, complemented by the bittersweet radicchio and the creamy texture of macadamia.
Think of this as a Hawaiian take on kedgeree.
This salad comes with cooling, refreshing flavours to revive your tastebuds.
Transport your guests to Ibiza with a sunny Spanish feast from Anne Sijmonsbergen’s ‘Eivissa’ cookbook.
Michelin-starred chef Nathan Outlaw conjures a scrumptious summery risotto.
Ideal for a summery evening, this red mullet dish comes complete with lashings of warm olive oil and lemon juice dressing.
Jose Pizarro divulges how to create this simmering baby squid “I’ve brought a little sweetness…