Halloumi is a cheese which takes on other flavours brilliantly. It can be served at breakfast too, with an egg and a fried tomato.
Simple soups make easy starters and quick lunches. This also makes a quick and easy meal if you serve it with bread and a green salad. It’s what they call a hearty soup!
If you like oysters, you will love this unusual way of cooking them – it’s a classic American Recipe.
You can make about four times the amount of hummus at home for the price of a tub in the supermarket.
This is the kind of healthy soup that makes you feel good about yourself once you have eaten it.
Adapted from Antonio and Priscilla Carluccio’s Complete Italian Food. They suggest that you eat this Sicilian vegetable stew cold as an antipasto or warm tossed through pasta or served with roast meat or chicken. We’ve included a recipe for Caponata Bruschetta.
Anyone who has eaten Yuk Sung at a Chinese restaurant usually loves it. Here’s how to make it at home.
Three Michelin-starred chef Pedro Subijana, creates two dishes from Akelaŕe in San Sebastián, Spain. The first is a twist on the classic steak tartare, which is then placed in liquid nitrogen and blended, the second, is a selection of raw squid, tomatoes and vegetables that are cooked at the table under hot salt.
This recipe is all about the ingredients. Choose a firm apple – a Jazz or Braeburn or Granny Smith are excellent – the best blue cheese you can find and a real baguette made with nutritious flour, not a par-baked loaf from the supermarket.