We’re back in John Torode's Winter Cottage in the Scottish Highlands. Today John’s travelling along the stunning rugged landscape to visit the Balblair whisky distillery, before cooking up his delicious whisky glazed sausages over an open fire on the snow covered banks of a nearby river.
Phil Vickery's chicken and leek pie may not have won the public vote when pitted against steak and ale, but it's still Eamonn's favourite, so here's the recipe!
The votes are in... and today Phil Vickey is cooking a British classic - his perfect steak and ale pie!
Whether you’re serving it with your eggs and bacon this morning, or having it alongside your Sunday lunch this afternoon, Clodagh’s take on traditional soda bread is easy to prepare and wholesome and delicious to eat.
Clodagh reveals why it’s such a peaceful tradition in her household and demonstrates what she claims is her simple technique.
Clodagh’s back with the perfect Sunday supper - roast tarragon chicken with chestnut mushroom risotto.
This dish is so deliciously creamy that there’s no need for gravy, and it's perfect for staying cosy this weekend.
John’s back on the road in Scotland for another instalment of his Winter Cottage - with stunning views of the rugged landscape.
Today he’s being taught the pursuit of clay pigeon shooting, learning how to breathe in extreme cold conditions, and cooking up an open steak sandwich with all the trimmings.
Despite warnings, less than a third of us are regularly getting our five a day.
Phil Vickery is here to prove eating healthily doesn’t have to be difficult, as he makes his veggie-packed Tuscan bean soup.
Stuck for ideas to entertain the children this half term? Whether they’re budding chefs or new to the kitchen, look no further as Juliet Sear is combining two of our favourite things - cookies and pizza!