We’ve already used it to predict the future - now we’re cooking with it! With asparagus now officially in season, Phil is in the kitchen with a veggie tart that will count towards our five a day.
Making Easter chocolate bark is super easy, you can break it into shards and pop it into gift boxes or bags, or even use the bark for cool cake decorations!
Juliet says: This Easter cake is so pretty but simple to create, using cocoa powder and vanilla extract to ‘splat’ over your icing to give your cake a speckled egg effect. Top with flaked chocolate and mini eggs.
With his wife Fern watching on, Phil Vickery cooks her favourite roast: lamb perfect for Easter lunch and accompanied by a seasonal treat - the first harvest of Jersey Royal potatoes.
Hazelnut, berries and amaretto - what more could you want in a dessert?
It's time for a midweek treat in the kitchen as Lisa Faulkner is back with a show-stopping pudding that's perfect for the Easter lunch table. Her meringue cake is surprisingly easy to put together - she's even managing to whip one up herself between rehearsals for EastEnders and looking after the Torode-Faulkner household!
Move over Willy Wonka - Master chocolatier Paul A Young knows a thing or two about creating the perfect Easter egg, he’s here with a step-by-step guide to making your very own at home. He’s got everything from creme eggs to piñata eggs and even decorating your own unicorn-inspired egg!
It's the Easter holidays and if you're already in dire need of a tea break, then Lorraine is here to help. She's got two recipes to help entertain the children in the kitchen for a few hours, and at the end you'll be rewarded with a biscuit for that much needed cuppa!
Last year gin sales increased to a record high and more than a billion G&Ts were consumed by thirsty Brits. But does the perfect serve require a pricey spirit? And is there more to a great G&T than ice and a slice?
Gin guru Olivier Ward is here with ideas to put a tasty twist on the nation's favourite tipple.