We've gone through the archives from the year to find the most popular of our regular recipes from 2019. Suffice to say that putting this piece together left us VERY hungry...
Back at the start of the year we ran a few recipes from Jane Hornby’s latest book, Simple & Classic, which we described as a tome that was ‘joyously easy to use’. And joyously rewarding too.
Melanie Johnson’s delightful recipe using these seasonal oranges was a huge hit — and rightly so.
Another of Jane Hornby’s recipes — and we’d forgotten just how good this looks.
‘Apples aren’t just good for sweet dishes — they can work equally well giving an extra zip to savoury main courses,’ wrote Melanie Johnson in September. We agreed.
This gorgeous recipe, which we described as ‘a classic rice dish that makes a perfect weekend brunch’, came from Christian Turner at the Colony Grill.
Back in April, Melanie Johnson attempted the (almost) impossible.
‘Chicken pie is as good as it gets for comfort food,’ we wrote of this deceptively simple recipe.
Top chef Simon Hopkinson penned this ode to one of his all-time favourite dishes — as served at one of his all-time favourite restaurants.
The wizards responsible for afternoon tea at The Savoy shared this recipe for one of their showstoppers.
‘I always have bowls of walnuts at home over Christmas,’ wrote Melanie Johnson, ‘I like to make good use of them in the kitchen.’ We’d definitely say this counts as ‘good use’.
Melanie Johnson’s warming celeriac soup is delicious.
Melanie Johnson adds some zing with this season’s new spring onions.
Thank Melanie Johnson for this deliciously seasonal addition to your recipe roster.
Our kitchen garden cook Melanie Johnson makes panna cottas with rocket.
Best friends, carrot cake and cream cheese are fully celebrated in this innovatice recipe, with a salty twist. Thank Melanie