Mac and cheese

It seems the British are falling out of love with traditional cheeses. Instead of Cheddar, Lancashire and Wensleydale having pride of place on our cheeseboards the nation are favouring the fancier foreign varieties from French Brie to Dutch Gouda!

So what does this mean for mac and cheese? Phil Vickery shows us that the best cheese to please in this hearty American import is still Cheddar in his eyes, but Holly and Phillip can try for themselves as he also has on hand a mac and cheese made with Roquefort.

Pork belly with parmentier potatoes

The weekend weather is looking good, and if you want to have a hearty meal and treat your mum this Sunday, Lisa Faulkner has just the thing. Lisa will be cooking a mouth-watering slow-roast Pork Belly with parmentier potatoes and chard with mustard.

It may be a slow roast, but this tender pork belly is worth the wait!

Hong Kong Foodie

Hong Kong is a city obsessed with food and there’s not shortage of places to grab a bite. Its unique street food culture is mind boggling!

If you want to order off-menu then you won’t find anything fresher than food at street level, whether it’s the freshest of ingredients from the local wet market - where you can buy fish, fruit and vegetables - or the hot and tasty mouth-watering dishes from the many street food vendors.

Phil samples the city's famous egg custard tart, quick dishes like rice, and Chinese buns and dim sum.

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Make mine a mocktail

With Mothering Sunday on the way this weekend, mums all over the country might be indulging in a glass of fizz to celebrate. But there are also lots of mums-to-be out there who'll have to opt for something a little softer!

So, to let Holly enjoy a bit of a tasting, we have mocktail expert Olly Smith on hand with five delicious drinks which look like booze, but which don't have a drop of alcohol near them.