Roast root hummus

This is a great snack or starter, served with crudités or warm flatbreads, or spooned into toasted pittas with salad and/or some shredded cold meat. Use whatever leftover roast roots are to hand, and if you have some roast onions or garlic, chuck those in too.

Lemon and yoghurt pudding cake

This Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's version of that cosy favourite, lemon delicious pudding. On cooking, the batter separates, leaving a pool of lemon curd-y sauce at the base of the dish and a tender, light sponge on top. The recipe makes great use of slightly mature yoghurt. If you don’t have quite enough, simply combine the yoghurt with some whole milk to bring it up to 250g.

Potato peel soup

I understand that this might be a tough sell. But bear with me because it’s miraculous.

– Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall

There's nothing humble about this soup’s rich, creamy flavour – it tastes, remarkably, like mushrooms. Andif it seems just a little too pared-back, it’s very easy to jazz it up with some nice finishing touches (see below). Make sure the potatoes are well scrubbed before you peel them so the peels are very clean.

Learn to love your leftovers

Waging war on the nation’s food waste, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s here to convince us to look at leftovers in a different light. And to prove his point, he’ll be dishing-up a few of the most-unusual dishes from his new book Love Your Leftovers... and they’re not necessarily for the faint-hearted!

Get some of Hugh's leftover recipes

Get the recipe for Hugh's potato peel soup

Lemon and yoghurt pudding cake

Roast root hummus

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Are food labels misleading?

John West, the UK's biggest tuna brand, has been accused of using misleading labels on its tins by implying its fishing methods are sustainable. Greenpeace has accused the company of only catching 2% of its fish using pole-and-line, and claim they use fish aggregation devices that kill other species in the sea.

Joining us today to tell us what they believe needs to be done are Greenpeace campaigner Ariana Densham and chef Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall.

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The facts behind our coffee fix

I feel on top of my game, and if I'm honest, a little bit buzzy!

– Phillip Schofield at optimum coffee level

Many of us can’t function without our daily cup of coffee and a recent study revealed that Brits guzzle 70 million cups of coffee each day. Whether it's a mug full of fresh-brewed coffee, a cup of hot tea, or a can of soda, consuming caffeine is the energy boost of choice for millions who want to wake up or stay up, but what else is caffeine doing to us?

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