The bank holiday weekend is upon so Phil's on hand with a sharing feast for friends and family - lamb skewers with homemade humous, tomato salad and flatbreads.
If you love a quick stir-fry, this recipe is perfect for you. It’s full of flavour and even tastes great cold, so you can box half up and take it to work. If you’re not a fan of beef, just use chicken or tofu instead – it will still taste awesome and be a great post-workout refuel meal.
We're celebrating family-run British businesses and taking a look at what makes them such a success story.
This week we meet H. Forman and son - Britain's oldest salmon smokers. Based in the hustle and bustle of London’s East End, the family firm supplies salmon to some of the world’s most renowned restaurants.
Here’s what happened when Claudia went to meet them.
If you thought chicken kievs were well off the healthy eating menu, think again! Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley show us how to make a light chicken kiev with homemade butter - we’ll also be asking them about their astrologically farmed eggs and doing a blind taste test to see if they way an egg is farmed really does make a difference.
Looking for a special treat this weekend? Baker Juliet Sear shows us how to create the trendiest biscuit out there - the thumbprint cookie.
Phil Vickery's at The Rhondda Valley in Terry Walton's allotment, to pull up the rhubarb which will make the perfect rhubarb and custard pots - we’re sure it’ll go down a treat with Terry’s allotment pals!
With exam season well under way, Gino D'Acampo dishes up a meal that will feed you and fuel your brain to boost study time - tasty salmon and broccoli orecchiette.
Fafa Gilbert returns to the TM kitchen with a mouth-watering pork rib dish, a perfect way to spice up your weekend. Fafa is the master of marrying up unusual flavours and will talk about how she's teamed ingredients to create a firework tastes for your mouth and your stomach. What are you waiting for!