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This recipe turns the humble jaffle into a full meal - stuffing two slices of bread with spicy Mexican chilli and melty cheese has never looked so good.
Try this take on the classic aglio e olio - al dente spaghetti gets tossed in with garlic, prawns and browned butter.
Along with lemon, these melt-in-the-mouth biscuits are scented with rosemary’s distinct, yet subtle, earthy and slightly sweet flavour.
Also known as Cathedral or stained glass window cake, due to its exquisite appearance once sliced, this cake is dense with glacé fruit and nuts.
The gingerbread by itself is heaven but combined with the crimson glossy pears is guaranteed to make you and your guests weak at the knees.
Vermouth is enjoying a bit of a renaissance, and this summery spritz plays on the natural sweetness of the fortified wine.
These cheesy, spiced pumpkin rolls are a genius alternative to meaty lasagnes. If you want to serve as part of a vegetarian banquet, just ditch the bacon.
Christmas isn't all about ham - sideline it this year for this Italian-style fall-off-the-bone lamb roast, served with crisp, bitter greens.
The chicken skin is sticky and crisp and if you want to barbecue it, I recommend butterflying the chicken and cooking it over barely smouldering coals.
The herb booch vinaigrette is a delicious addition and adds to the available goodness.
The combination of the vegetables and the coconut flour gives this cake a unique, surprisingly light, texture.
‘Chocolate cake’ might be a bit of an understatement for this cake. Who would have imagined that a cake made with legumes could ever be this light and tasty?
Traditionally, madeleines are enjoyed warm from the oven. These not-so-traditional madeleines are equally delicious warm or cool.