One of life’s true pleasures is a big bowl of slippery pappardelle pasta, with a creamy, garlicky sauce. White wine brings a touch of acidity to the earthy mushrooms.
These cosy pies are creamy, fragrant and satisfying. I love serving them as small individual portions, but feel free to create one large pie to share, family-style.
Sometimes dinner is as easy as adding everything to a roasting tin and letting the oven do all the hard work.
Delight dinner guests with this deep, boozy, herbed bourguignon.
Traditional Italian ribollita is a hearty and economical dish that uses up kitchen leftovers, including bread. It’s somewhere between a stew and a soup, with a chunky yet starchy base and a substantial bite from the cannellini beans.
Broccoli takes on a wonderful, nutty flavour when roasted. Serve it over this Thai green curry for a simple dinner that is full of flavour.