Create a pretty Easter theme with assorted Easter-related cookie cutters. If you can’t find bunny- or egg-shaped cutters, make paper templates, lay over the cookie dough and carefully cut out using a small, sharp knife. These Easter bunnies are made with a large cutter, but feel free to use a smaller breed!
This easy pasta recipe uses simple ingredients you probably already have at home. It only takes a couple of minutes to put together and tastes delicious. You can also make this recipe with drained hot brown rice instead of pasta.
Host your very own Arabian night and take your senses on a journey to remember. Feast your eyes – and then your tummies – on these mouth-watering offerings, which bring the colours, smells and tastes of this magical part of the world to life. This recipe will provide you with plenty of pastries to feast on for days.
Making bread can be a relaxing way to spend your time at home. Simple and economical to make, you can knock up this soda bread in less than an hour when you have unexpected guests, when you want some lovely warm bread with your meal, or when you have some milk that has gone sour in the fridge. Baked either freeform or in a baking pan, this bread is fantastic eaten plain on the day it was made (especially with a green salad tossed in a sharp dressing), great toasted on day two and ready for the birds by day three. It’s not a good keeper, but it always gets eaten really quickly!
Give your coffee a kick this St. Patrick's day with this cocktail recipe you can make right at home. You’d be forgiven for thinking this is a half pint of Ireland’s ﬁnest! It’s actually the result of my warped mind re-imagining an Irish coffee. I’m a huge fan of an ice-cold Guinness, and in this killer recipe, I’ve combined it with coffee and whiskey to transform it into a Super Stout. It’s bound to rub many a Guinness purist up the wrong way, but it's worth it for the delicious result. The Guinness replaces the use of cream to retain a velvety texture.
Lemon sole has a delicate and delicious flavour. This recipe balances the sole with Mediterranean hints from wonderful salty capers and marjoram, while the addition of shrimps and leeks makes for a satisfying and sumptuous meal.
Here’s a delicious meat-free souvlaki for when you need one. The secret to cooking halloumi is, ironically, to treat it like a steak: bring it to room temperature before cooking, sear it under a high heat and stop cooking as soon as the outside has a nice crisp edge.
Super berries - such as açai, goji, cranberries and blueberries - have been hailed as anti-aging superfoods due to high levels of antioxidants, vitamins and phytochemicals that help to keep your skin glowing.