Lean gamy partridge tastes especially good served with an autumn-fruit preserve. Try serving with a peppery salad such as red mustard and red chard leaves.
The longer you cook it the better this supreme red cabbage becomes. It can also be frozen, even better.
Poaching ham keeps it moist without adding any fat. Try serving with mashed potatoes and a selection of steamed vegetables.
A delicious combination of root vegetables simply roasted in herbs. An ideal side dish to so many meals and great for large roast dinners such as Christmas.
This is a very versatile recipe. You can try it with many different combinations of nuts, seeds and vegetables. For best results, it's worth blitzing the sunflower seeds into a coarse flour in a food processor.
I invented this recipe because I found it impossible to fit anything more in the oven when cooking a big family feast, therefore this stuffing is made on the hob and tastes just as delicious. Great served alongside Christmas turkey, roasties and all the other yummy side dishes.
If there is a reason to celebrate, I usually make duck. This duck should be marinated for at least 12 hours before frying. We serve broccoli and duchess potatoes with it. The stuffing can also be used for other poultry.
Roast Brussels sprouts get a rich and luxurious makeover with the addition of flavourful duck fat. If you like duck fat roast potatoes, you'll love these!
Pork and marmalade is a delicious combination and this recipe for marmalade glazed roast pork does the pairing total justice. An easy one-roasting-tin dish ideal for a relaxed Christmas meal.
Invigorate your Brussels sprouts with a zesty and fragrant gremolata. Gremolata is a traditional Italian garnish consisting of raw garlic, lemon zest and parsley. Christmas dinner sprouts will never be the same again!