August 12, 2018

Wild Rabbit Paella

I once had this dish over a lazy Sunday lunchtime in Spain some years ago with the family. In fact, it was so good I asked […]
August 12, 2018

Easy Grouse Soup with Rice Noodles and Beef Marrow

Easy it is, but this does take a little preparation time. The secret is to keep everything nice and simple, leaving the strong flavours to come […]
August 12, 2018

Partridge & Yellow Lentil Curry with Mint & Coriander

Curry is a real favourite, and in this example I have matched partridge with lentils. They break down and thicken the sauce – provided they have […]
July 23, 2018

Smoked Chicken Thighs, Saffron and Orange Blossom Caramel, Basil

“Chicken thighs on the bone are a great starting point for any budding barbecue enthusiast keen to start a relationship with fire and outdoor cookery. They […]
July 11, 2018

Tasting of Northumbrian Lamb by Paul Blakey of Matfen Hall

Paul Blakey, the Executive Head Chef at Matfen Hall, shows readers how to achieve a restaurant-standard lamb dish at home with this recipe for a Tasting of […]
May 24, 2018

Sriracha ‘Meatballs’ with Noodles & Grilled Vegetables by Gaz Oakley

These punchy little “meatballs” are so delicious. Sriracha is one of my all-time favourite sauces – the spicy tanginess it adds to this dish is just […]
May 12, 2018

Beef Ribs with Succotash & Bourbon BBQ Sauce by James Martin

Short ribs are taken from the top of the rib joint and are sometimes known as ‘Jacob’s ladder’. They need to be cooked for at least […]
May 12, 2018

Mexican Mussels by James Martin

This dish is almost like a Mexican Moules Marinières, flavoured with coriander and lime. The tequila needs to be burnt off before cooking the mussels otherwise […]
April 28, 2018

Spring Green Wraps by Gordon Ramsay

Using cabbage leaves to make wraps is an ingenious way of upping your vegetable intake. They have a lovely crunchy texture and work surprisingly well in […]