Courgette & Parmesan Soup
This is the perfect cost effective recipe for when courgettes are in season and plentiful. It is a lovely creamy soup, which constantly surprises people who don’t like courgettes.
Tomato & Basil Soup
Feel the heat of the warm Tuscan sun wash over you as the aroma of the olive oil, sundried tomato’s and the onions come together to carry your senses off to the Mediterranean.
Pea & Mint Soup
A quick and simple recipe, using peas and mint, which are quite literally a match made in heaven. The best thing about this recipe is that frozen peas are just as good as fresh ones, so you can get that summer feeling all year round.
There is no doubt that soufflés are one of the more impressive dishes that you can cook but equally they have a reputation of being easy to spoil. I use this simple recipe all the time and it has never let me down.
There are lots of recipes from Dijon in the east of France, the town famed for its mustard. No doubt there are numerous chicken dishes cooked with mustard but this has to be one of the simplest and tastiest I have had.
Moroccan Lamb & Apricot Tagine
As with all spicy casseroles, the beauty of this recipe is that it can be prepared in advance, it benefits from being left so all the delicate flavours get a chance to fully develop.
Most people think of crumbles as deserts but this savoury crumble makes a wonderful midweek supper or it can be the perfect accompaniment to any main meal.
Boozy Mocha Pot
This recipe was given to be back in 2002 by Jill Barrow, one of our lovely guests. It has delighted everyone ever since and is now a permanent fixture on our menu.
Sticky Toffee Pudding
In my mind sticky toffee pudding has to be the perfect marriage of stodge and sweetness, whether you have on its own or with a generous serving of whipped or ice cream; it’s a winner every time.