Croque monsieur, otherwise known as the ultimate cheese and ham toastie.
“This is comfort food in my eyes. There is a wonderful satisfying, addictive quality about it. A simple meal, with masses of fibre and – most importantly of all – masses of flavour.”
The Wordrobe has teamed up with Penzance Gin to treat one lucky reader to two gin-packed gift boxes – the perfect way to enjoy a refreshing sip at home.
With a few ripe bananas and a handful of cupboard staples, you can conjure the moistest batch of banana bread. From lip-smacking indulgence to nutritious bakes, three chefs share their recipes for a loaf of banana-filled perfection.
Ditch the ordinary toppings and get creative in the kitchen instead.
From blue cheese to brioche and coconut cream to chickpeas, here’s ten ways to posh up your next plate of toast.
Made with roasted tomatoes, buttery chicken and silky soft mushroom, this chicken tarragon cassoulet is the definition of home comfort.
Michelin chef Mark Hix shares his recipe for a perfectly fluffy sourdough loaf.
Ideal for a speedy dinner, these smoked haddock & herb fish cakes with quick hollandaise are ready in no time.
Packed with cheesy flavour, tear a chunk (or two) from this Mediterranean parmesan bread.
Citrus salmon with garlicky pak choi is a winning combination – and ultra healthy too.
Turkish dried chilli flakes are mild in heat but wonderfully fragrant. They keep for ages so it’s worth grabbing a bag for the larder any time you pass a Turkish deli.
Made with buttermilk, these indulgent waffles come with a spice-rich pumpkin twist.
Fresh, vibrant, crisp – this steak with salsa verde and shredded fennel salad is excellent feel-good food.
This rye tart is perfect for plonking in the middle of the table. Just make…
This is essentially toffee popcorn in an easy, no-bake cheesecake, and, once made, it doesn’t…
This eggs royale is royally delicious. Give the smoked salmon a few minutes out of the fridge to come to room temperature before using – this will ensure that the flavours and silky textures are at their best.
Duck eggs are larger and arguably better in flavour than most commercial hen’s eggs. Simply fry and serve them with shavings of truffle or drizzled in melted butter.
A brûlée beauty – when made with good-quality cream and vanilla, this is still one of the best desserts you can have.
This is a very south Indian dish, with its use of coconut and tomatoes, and…
Taking place in its beautiful private dining rooms, Searcys at the Gherkin is launching its 2020 series of sky-high wine dinners this March.