I love that contrast you get when tofu is deep-fried - the crispy exterior and soft centre.
Traditionally baked by Ashkenazi Jews for Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year), honey cake symbolises the hope of a ‘sweet’ and prosperous new year.
These backyard beekeepers are showing there’s another way to handle bees – one that doesn't require protective suits.
Hot tip: Cooking crumble is a great way to make friends and also lure your neighbours into thinking your are a baking genius, just saying.
Fresh rosemary, pitted olives, a drizzle of olive oil and a sprinkle of salt - freshly baked focaccia made easy.
These cakes capture the true essence of an aromatic, soul-warming Indian marsala chai (or chai tea).
A light pastry dough cooked in butter, apple and honey - virtually all of Matthew Evans' favourite things all in one pan.
You can make these biscuits really thin like brandy snaps, or a bit thicker. I like somewhere in between so they’re firm, but not entirely crisp.
This semi-sweet hot sauce could easily become your favourite hot sauce is perfect on tacos, with seafood, or even as a Bloody Mary kicker.
This is so simple, but it shows how an assembly of great ingredients can work so well together.
This not-so-naughty spiced loaf is given a nutrient and moisture boost with sweet potato, which also makes it slower in energy release.
This salad is the sum of very democratic ingredients – they all give and take agreeably to balance in perfect harmony.