Honeycomb and apple cobbler

This version, flavoured with honeycomb and cinnamon is a pleasure to make, and the ultimate autumnal indulgence

– Chef John Whaite

When autumn arrives and the apples are abundant, there’s nothing cosier than a cobbler or a crumble.

If you can’t find honeycomb you can use a chocolate covered honeycomb chocolate bars or, if you’re feeling really adventurous, you can try making it with John's recipe (below).

Spiced fish cakes

I couldn’t resist putting a little Middle Eastern twist on the old favourite by adding a dash of spicy harissa

– Nadia Sawalha

Fish cakes are the dish for every occasion, be it a solo supper or an intimate meal for two. You can use whichever fish is cheapest or on offer and they can be reheated. Simply bake for 35-40 minutes in an oven preheated to 180C/gas 4 until they are piping hot in the middle. If they begin to colour, cover them with foil.

Send us your comfort food pictures

Nadia's tandoori chicken curry

We love it when you send us pictures of the food you've been making by our chefs and this week we're looking for your photos of Nadia Sawalha's tandoori chicken curry and Dean Edwards' sausage mac and cheese - proper comfort food!

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Make Nadia's no-fuss tandoori chicken curry

Make Dean's sausage mac and cheese

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Did you make John's sticky toffee pudding?

John Whaite treated us to a decadent delight on Friday when he made sticky toffee pudding! Did you try making it? What did you think of it and how did yours turn out?

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Get the recipe for John's sticky toffee pudding here