IT may be the one time of year when mothers get to be waited on by their offspring, so why not start Mothering Sunday as you mean to go on with a lovingly prepared brunch or breakfast in bed?
Smiling while you slim. Nadia Sawalha reveals her eating philosophy to Diana Pilkington
THERE’S now a healthier way to enjoy a tasty treat with Mr Hugh’s rapeseed oil.
DIANA PILKINGTON finds out the best way to enjoy cheese at Christmas
This recipe is taken from Paul's new book, How To Bake.
Clarissa’s game plan. DIANA PILKINGTON meets , Clarissa Dickson Wright who is a very busy lady at the moment.
A treat for Dad on Father's Day
IF you’re looking for a quick, simple
and cheap way to feed the family after
the expensive Easter holidays, this
recipe from Philadelphia could be just
WITH the Easter holidays
looming, now’s the time
to be thinking of quick
and easy meals that the
whole family can enjoy.
IF you really want to impress
mum this Sunday, there’s no
better way to say thank you for
everything she does than
baking a home-made cake.
Recipe courtesy of the Happy Eggs Co.
Visit thehappyegg.co.uk for details.
CHOCOLATE lovers will also begin to be
more experimental, which is
why he’s included savoury
recipes in his book Adventures
With Chocolate, which is
available now in paperback
published by Kyle Books,
IT’S cold and miserable and you want something really tasty and warm to eat – and you want it now! Well, in less than 20 minutes, you can enjoy a risotto recipe, fantastically filling and bursting
with flavour and fun.
Why not start the day with
THE end of the month is approaching rapidly. Halloween on October 31 is almost here and it’s time to gather the pumpkins.
NEXT week is national potato
week – a seven-day celebration of
SIMPLY Beef and Lamb has some
delicious recipes that are a musthave
A tasty pud!
QUICK AND EASY: Watch Wimbledon with a plate of cured ham and
remoulade tartines and dill scones with smoked salmon to hand. They’re good to nibble when the TV’s on.
It’s British Barbecue Week next
week – why not give this recipe
from Perry Lang a try:
Recipe's from Signe Johansen's first English language
cookbook, Scandilicious: Secrets
of Scandinavian Cooking
(Saltyard Books, £20).
Life’s still wok and roll