This brisket recipe is a total crowd-pleaser. Turning a tough cut of beef into a thing of beauty is something you will be celebrating for days to come.
This simple technique creates a perfectly textured octopus every time. Braised in it’s own juices, then grilled and dressed with Mediterranean flavours.
This simple vegetable tart can be made with only a few minutes effort and provides a light and healthy lunch or dinner, served hot or cold.
When in Rome, do as the Romans and eat Spaghetti Carbonara. Or just try it at home next time you are busy and need a quick and substantial dinner.
There isn't much better than a juicy pork chop. Unless, that is you cook it as a whole rack with a delicious crust and crispy crackling.
Risotto is one of those things that requires a little love, but returns it with interest. This pumpkin risotto will certainly have you going back for more.
These lamb cutlets are inspired by trying to use dried porcini without making pasta or risotto. I love the earthiness and umami they bring, which works so well with lamb or beef.
Whole Baked Salmon is a great alternative for a Christmas main course. Easy to cook, light to eat and everyone can find a piece cooked to their liking.
Pappardelle holds a special place in my heart. This Tuscan pasta stems from the word 'pappare' literally meaning 'to gobble up' - how could you not love it?