Beef Rendang

This is one of those curries that I have been meaning to try for ages and last week, I finally got round to it. It took a few goes to get it just right, in fact the first time it was so spicy the husband struggled to finish it! Now though, it’s bang-on. It still…

The Best Spaghetti Bolognese

Everyone and their gran has their own recipe for bolognese (my granny’s bolognese was my favourite growing up, I absolutely loved it and I have never been able to recreate it). It was one of the first dishes I learned to cook, and it’s been a journey to perfect it ever since. I’ve been cooking…

Pork Cheek Casserole with Mustard Mash

I honestly believe that pork cheeks are one of the most under-rated cuts of pork. They are so versatile, and the great thing about them is they are not only cheap, but they break down so quickly. You don’t need to slow cook it for hours and hours, they turn into the most delicate, tender…

Potato and Haggis Gratin

Just in time for Burn’s Night, I’ve teamed up with the guys at Albert Bartlett to create an alternative, easy and delicious recipe for you with their super versatile rooster potatoes. Known for their deep, russet skins, the potatoes are such good all-rounders, so I knew they would work perfectly in this rich, Scottish-themed gratin….