Warm up your stomach and your tastebuds with this flavourful and wholesome vegetable curry from Simon Hopkinson.
This ‘deliciously slithery’ dish of aubergines can be enjoyed with rice or simply on its own.
When authentic just won’t do: a pinch of curry powder gives this delicious mouclade an exotic and spicy kick.
Bring the flavour of the seaside into your home with this delicious mussel recipe.
Waste not, want not: once you’ve finished making this delicious broth, you can use the leftover oxtail meat however you wish.
Keep it simple: the combination of oxtail and onions has more than enough flavour for this dish.
This delicious, seasonal braised dish is perfection with either red-legged or grey partridge.
A splash of Calvados and some Granny Smith apples provide a wonderful balance to this baked-pheasant dish.
‘Completely bonkers’: oranges, olives, onions and oil are all you need to produce a salad with a distinct Mediterranean flair.
Add a splash: a sweet, sherry vinegar will enhance this simple oven-baked dish.
Done well, there are few things that beat a big bowl of al dente spaghetti tossed in garlic and chilli.
Layers of flavour: Parma ham, spinach and chestnut mushrooms give this lasagne dish a lift.
At first glance, a baked tomato—on closer inspection, the delicious receptacle of a spicy-rice extravaganza.
Creamed tomatoes on toast are easy to whip up and even easier on the palate.
Get your claws out.
This lobster stew comes alive with a pinch of cayenne pepper.
Go green: a fine dish in its own right, Petits pois a la Francaise is also the perfect accompaniment to roast quail or squab pigeon.
Pretty peas: this Venetian classic, Risi e bisi, is similar to a risotto, but with a soup-like base.
Ripe strawberries are the perfect accompaniment to this gelato-like rosewater ice cream, says Simon Hopkinson.
Soaking strawberries in wine and orange liqueur will lift their flavour to new heights, says Simon Hopkinson.