Red Pepper & Onion Frittatas

Julie Simpson creates four simple recipes for easy-to-transport travellers’ treats

Simnel Battenburg Cake

Rosemary Shrager makes a Battenburg Cake which she recommends making with a special Battenberg Tin

Vanilla Pannacotta

Rosemary Shrager creates a Vanilla Pannacotta

Navarin of Lamb

Rosemary Shrager and her Apprentices create a Navarin of Lamb

Smoked Haddock Scotch Egg

Fresh from the kitchen of her Cookery School in Tunbridge Wells Rosemary Shrager and her apprenticeship team share four exceedingly delicious Easter recipes

Fish and Sweet Potato Wedges, with Peas, Spinach and Edamame Salad

Nicci Gurr creates a healthy and vibrant supper

Watermelon, Kale and Quinoa Salad

Nicci Gurr from Home Gurr’own talks us through a day of recipes to ensure you and your family munch your way through your fruit and veg quota...

Blueberry & Apricot Slow Cooker Porridge

One tablespoon of dried fruit equals one portion, which is great for boosting your early morning porridge!

Mini Heart Pavlovas

Through her business, The Little Ginger Baker, Isla creates cakes, as well as catering for parties and functions. Find out more at thegingerandspiceblog.wordpress.com Twitter: @Gingerbaker23 and facebook.com/Thelittlegingerbaker or email isla353@gmail.com

Chocolate and Raspberry Tart

Isla Atkins creates a dessert for Valentines Day

Rose & Cardamon Cake with White Chocolate Buttercream

Isla Atkins creates a cake ideal as a sweet treat.

Ginger Chicken Courgetti Noodles

This stir-fry uses spiralized courgettes instead of noodles (obtainable at the supermarket – no spiralizer required), so is stodge (and gluten) free. Courgettes and chicken combine well with the other health-giving ingredients for a clean and bright light lunch or...

Kale and Hearty Detox Soup

Kale, especially the handsome Cavolo Nero, is a brilliant vegetable to grow through the winter (when all the caterpillars and whitefly have gone to ground). Rich in folate, phytonutrients and antioxidants, just looking at the stuff will do you good....

Pineapple Paleo Pudding

This is a healthy, vegan version of rice or semolina pudding. Chia seeds are packed with omega-3 oil and other nutrients, so are worth a try, especially in a sweet pudding. The end result does look a bit like miniature...

Broccoli Soup with Blue Cheese and Pine Nut Croissants

Hannah Mills creates a light bite from her new book

Horseradish Borscht with Whipped Cream Cheese and Chive on Rye

At a time of year when meals can start to feel like endurance events, this new book – by Masterchef’s Hannah Miles – is full of brilliant combinations for warming light bites with style

Hazlenut Meringue Gateau

Juliet Bidwell creates an alternative to a traditional christmas pudding

Rosemary Shrager’s Honey Roast Christmas Ham

One thing I advise everyone to do themselves at Christmas is a whole, or half a ham. It’s so easy to do and so much cheaper. You can make it three days before so it’s a very useful holiday food....

Cumin and Onion Rice

Ayurveda believes that the body is made up of five elements – earth, water, air, fire, space. Any problem in the balance of these elements leads to disease, or dis-ease: lack of ease. By dividing people into three categories, or...

Queen of Christmas Puddings

Not everyone loves the traditional figgy pud, so here is a delicious festive alternative

Champagne Jelly

This month’s scrummy recipes were provided for us by Juliet Bidwell, who runs a catering company, providing canapés and dishes for weddings and parties of all sizes. For more information call 01797 270347 or visit julietscatering.co.uk

Rosemary Shrager’s Chestnut Pavlova Cake

A lot of people don’t like Christmas pudding so I always think you need an alternative. I do a chestnut pavlova which is wonderful because you can make it days in advance and put in the freezer with the filling,...

Beetroot and Gin Cured Salmon and Quick-Pickled Vegetables

This year I’m doing a starter of gin and beetroot cured salmon. It looks stunning, because the outside goes deep purple from the beetroot and the inside stays pink. I make it with the Kent Dry Gin made by Anno...

Vegetable Tagine with Olives, Eggplant and Chickpeas

After discovering they were both keen cooks, Sydney-based mums Sophie Gilliatt and Katherine Westwood came up with the idea of preparing dinners to deliver to time-poor friends, who wanted to give good wholesome food to their families, but just didn’t...

Duck Ragu

Their new cook book The Dinner Ladies shares their recipes with those of us not on their Sydney delivery routes. Easy to make and with broad age appeal, all the recipes will keep for three days in the fridge and...

Malted Beer Soda Bread

After sharing dreams of starting his own micro-bakery, Tess and Andrew suggested he bake bread for the pub. Nearly a year later here he is, using up kitchen leftovers and dregs of kegs. ‘You can put anything in bread,’ Emmanuel...

Beetroot Sourdough

Meet internationally acclaimed baker, author of three titles and inspirational teacher extraordinaire, Emmanuel Hadjiandreou. Wealden Times visited The Crown in Hastings where the floury magic happens on a daily basis, picked up a few age-old skills and came away with...

Gutglee

This is my fermented version of ‘glutney’, which is traditionally a happy mix of any seasonal vegetables made into a crisper version of chutney. The vegetables can be chopped to any size - I’ve cut most of these into strips,...

Tomato Salsa

This is a fantastically quick way of making a relish - and a great way to use up a glut of tomatoes.

Rhubarb and Strawberry Fizz

This recipe relies on a ferment of ginger and sugar water, called ‘ginger bug’, which is then added to whatever flavourings you choose - it can even be used on its own (with water and a little sugar) to make...

Smoked Duck with a Chicory Marmalade and Lavosh Biscuit

Rosemary Shrager's apprentices show that canapes can be taken to a whole new level.

Goats Cheese and Lemon Mousse with Pickled Shallots and Beetroot Liquor

Rosemary Shrager's Cookery School show that Canapes can be taken to a whole new level

Crispy Oysters with a Wasabi Mayonnaise

Gone are the days of devilled eggs and blinis. Rosemary Shrager’s Cookery School take the classic canapé to a whole new creative level...

Strawberry Fields

Sunshine Smoothies provide us with a couple of recipes for you to use at home

Lime Green

At the beginning of 2017, Sunshine Smoothies will have their new smoothie lollies in a few selected health food shops, along with frozen fruit packs for you to blend at home

Minty Pink

Sunshine Smoothies share three of their favourite recipes – so you can try making your own at home

Frasers Rum and Coke Ribs

The barbecue season is here... So how about kicking off the summer with one of these three delicious recipes?

Buckwheat Salad Lunch in a Jar

Julie Simpson creates a Vegetarian Lunch in a Jar

Carrot and Coconut Curry

Julie Simpson creates a meat free Curry as part of National Vegetarian Week, from 16-22 May.

Red Lentil Dhal

Julie Simpson creates a Red Lentil Dhal, perfect to have with a Curry

Breakfast Root Rosti with Poached Egg

Go veggie for a day and celebrate National Vegetarian Week, from 16-22 May, with a delicious recipe for a meat-free breakfast

Smoked Haddock & Asparagus Tartlets

Juliet Bidwell creates some Smoked Haddock & Asparagus Tartlets

Rhubarb, Strawberry and Maple Cake

Juliet Bidwell from Juliet's Catering provides us with a Cake suited for a Picnic

Lemon Dill Tiger Prawns with Sumac

Juliet Bidwell creates some Tiger Prawn Skewers perfect for a Picnic

Wild Rice and Lentil Salad with Grainy Mustard and Vinaigrette

As the weather gets warmer, the sun comes out and our thoughts turn to outdoor events – it’s time to ‘think picnic’. Juliet Bidwell of Juliet’s Catering couldn’t agree more. Here are her suggestions...

Coffee and Toasted Hazelnut Sponge

With Mothering Sunday and Easter falling in March this year, it seemed a fitting time to cut into some classic, indulgent cakes – brought to us by Juliets in Tunbridge Wells