Every week we bring you mouthwatering recipes from our team of contributing chefs – here are the ten most popular from Country Life in 2018.
The Prince of Wales guest edited Country Life’s November 14 issue, and this is the recipe he commissioned: his favourite dish, pheasant crumble pie. Here’s how to make it yourself, as demonstrated by John Williams, executive chef at The Ritz in London.
Everybody loves a good cream tea – but is there a secret to its centrepiece, the perfect cream scone? Martin Fone investigated.
Shepherd’s pie is a true British classic which always hits the spot – this delicious take on the dish comes from chef Christian Turner.
You know all those blackberries you picked and popped in the freezer a couple of months ago? This is what they’ve been waiting for.
Another heavenly conjunction between curiosity and food – this time, how to perfect one of the simplest meals of all.
Perfect roast goose and gravy for Christmas Day lunch.
Don’t be tempted to use a packet – the real thing is surprisingly easy to make form scratch and well worth the effort, as Christian Turner explains.
As winter drew closer, we turned our minds to the sort of warm, comforting dishes which fill the home with warmth. Dishes like this one.
The queen of Italian cookery’s slow-cooked classic has been enduringly popular on the Country Life website for a few years now – once you’ve tried it you’ll understand why.
Just when you thought you’d run out of excuses to buy clotted cream in the middle of winter.
Thomasina Miers has shared this delicious recipe to help disaster relief charity Shelterbox.
Our kitchen garden cook reveals a delicious recipe that makes good use of seasonal samphire.
This delicious soup from the Michelin-starred chef is an ideal winter warmer – Michael Caines has shared the recipe to help
Carrot cake, but not as you know it.