Gill Meller’s hedgehog mushrooms on toast is a bite on the wild side.
Channel your inner hygge with these simple potato waffles, decked with traditional creme fraiche, onion, roe and dill.
This looks very impressive considering that you don’t really make anything, and it’s great for dinner parties.
This is porridge as it should be: creamy and brimming with the flavour of apples, cinnamon and nuts.
“Rum babas are light sweet yeasty cakes soaked in rum syrup. We make ours in little deep moulds and serve them with pineapple and more syrup. Serve with Coconut Chantilly for the ultimate dose of indulgence.”
Fish at its finest – this smoked trout is bursting with freshness.
Nuno Mendes’ aubergine and courgette piso rolls are a bite of Portugese culture, wrapped up in a fluffy sweet potato roll.
This raw trevally salad with pomegranate is refreshing, simple and speedy. Let the devouring begin.
Simple and silky smooth, these dark chocolate and orange set creams with muscovado sticks can be whipped up in minutes and left to set, leaving you time to really enjoy that gettogether with friends or family.
Icelandic chef Agnar Sverrisson serves up a refreshing blood orange with a moreish coconut sorbet.
Salad with soul – yuzu kosho is a fermented paste made from ground yuzu citrus peel and green chillies.
Olive oil cake is nothing new to anyone who is familiar with Italian cooking. It keeps the cake lovely and moist.
A bit fancy, but this is a dish to show off with.
In this Nordic dessert, cardamom goes beautifully with velvety ganache and crunchy meringue.
North Sea halibut, razor clam and orange oil – Michelin-starred Billy Boyter’s dish is a great example of Scottish produce at its finest.
Giving Veganuary a go? You don’t have to skimp on the sweet stuff. This re-creation of a classic dessert is a healthier option, packed with goodies for the heart and brain, such as raw cacao and hazelnuts.
Comforting and packed full of healthy veg – add a slice of aged cheese for an even richer sandwich.
Skye Gyngell’s tender lamb is perfect for a comforting dish on colder days.
The relish, packed full of garlic, red Asian shallots and chillies, with sweet, salty and sour flavourings, really lifts the grilled tuna in this dish.
This lean venison dish is perfect for a lighter winter bite with a Nordic twist.