This recipe for spaghetti with garlic and prawns is super simple – the kind of meal you can throw together really quickly when you’re not in the mood for a lot of cooking.
Welcome to the first Bake of the Month recipe. This month I’ve been baking Coconut Flapjacks, and I think they are pretty much perfect for this time of year.
In the days after Christmas, I’m always left with a mass of leftovers. There are only so many turkey sandwiches I can eat, but this quick and easy stir fry is a great way to use up your Christmas leftovers.
Each year, when we put the Christmas tree up, Mark and I always have mulled wine – it’s part of our Christmas tradition. I’ve tried several different recipes over the years, but this one is my personal favourite.
Did you know that you could be still be over the limit the morning after a festive night out? My delicious and simple Christmas mocktails will give designated drivers a more interesting choice of drinks.
Every year I cook a ham for Christmas Eve dinner. Every year I suggest trying out a new recipe, and every year the rest of the family beg me to do this recipe again. Lyle calls it the Best Ever Christmas Ham!
Some foods take you right back to your childhood, and for me Soreen malt loaf is one of those foods. Soreen now make a range of fruit loaves, and I’ve used one of the flavours in this rich and comforting Bread & Butter pudding. Disclosure: This is a collaboration with Soreen, who kindly provided me with a […]
My delicious Paprika Prawn Linguine combines the sweetness of prawns with smoky paprika, and the sauce is tastes creamy without using any dairy at all.
Today’s guest post is by Anca from www.cookstyle.co.uk. I’m going to share with you a recipe for brownies, but instead of sugar I used a small amount of honey and the sweetness from the other ingredients. I hope you’ll like my recipe.
These delicious lemon cookies are beautifully crisp and melt in the mouth. They’re a Polish delicacy which would be perfect as part of the quintessential English meal – Afternoon Tea.