It’s a modern twist on a French classic that will impress your dad this Sunday, Jean-Christophe Novelli’s in the kitchen with a delicious rib eye steak with blue cheese and mushroom sauce with baked chips.
Quick, easy and healthier than your local pub’s recipe! Jean-Christophe will also tell us how he’s spending Father’s Day now his son Valentino is on the mend after recovering from cancer, and why he’s got something in common with Eamonn as he embraces the city of Belfast.
Nadiya’s discovery of an ice cream cake in the supermarket was a revelation... until she discovered it had been discontinued on her next visit. Fear not, this is Nadiya's version of the most delicious cake she’s ever had - combining two of the best things for summer eating: ice cream and cake! Perfect for the warm June weather and a treat for Father’s Day this weekend, enjoy Nadiya's raspberry ice cream cake.
Taken from Nadiya's new book Nadiya's family favourites
Flavour packed, slow-cooked dishes are the simplest yet most satisfying and comforting meals. This rich Massaman curry can be made with meat, but I love using butternut squash instead. It takes on the spices really well and, with the extra veg, the dish has plenty of micronutrients. Greens, squash and other yellow / orange coloured vegetables are dense sources of pro-vitamin A and offer vital phytonutrients for immunity and eye health.
This recipe makes enough for lunch the next day (to make your co-workers envious).
They’re the legendary British band known for their rock and roll lifestyles but it seems these days, Rolling Stones members Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards prefer their home comforts - swapping cigarettes and alcohol for a hearty Shepherd’s Pie. Both have posted pictures of their meal before their live performance for their No Filter tour.
So if it’s good enough for the Stones - it’s good enough for us. Phil Vickery’s here with his twist on the classic recipe.
He’s currently on the lookout for Britain’s Best Home Cook, and was behind one of London’s top restaurants - we’re joined by chef Dan Doherty as he serves up his summer-proof chicken mustard and tarragon pie.
He’s tried his hand at being everything from a policeman to a binman for the day. Today, Gino is ‘at your service’ once again and this week he’s trying his hand at becoming... an English teacher!
Gino spends the day at a Manchester primary school helping teach an English lesson, and assisting the kitchen staff as they prepare lunch for the pupils.
Heinz is set to drop the name of Salad Cream for the first time in 104 years, because so few people actually use the product on salads.
Instead it could be called Sandwich Cream. But what do you think of the proposed name change?
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The weather is warming up and it’s the perfect time to enjoy a fresh summer salad. But forget a shop bought version with boring cucumber, tomato and iceberg lettuce, Phil Vickery’s going to show you some brilliant new ingredients and dressing ideas which are anything but dull.
Better still… Phillip and Holly will be putting their own salads together.