Wild Garlic Galette

It’s wild garlic season and if, like me, you go walking in the mornings before work, you may be lucky enough to come across some growing near you. Look out for the beautiful white flowers that come out later this month. You can eat the whole thing, leaves, stems and flowers and it makes a…

Sag Aloo Shepherd’s Pie

I was scrolling through my instagram feed recently and this photo from the brilliant Anna Jones caught my eye I had the pleasure of cooking with Anna at Demuth’s Cookery School back in 2015 Here we are at the end of the class I’ve given my version a few minor tweaks and adjusted it to…

NoToad-In-The-Hole

A take on a classic toad in the hole, but rather than using vegetarian sausages, this one uses naturally sweet, ripe tomatoes, paired with umami packed portobello mushrooms. Throw in a few herbs and red onion, and this can only be a winner Serve piping hot, fresh from the oven alongside a dressed green salad….

Christmas Filo Wreath

This is actually far simpler than it may sound, and works well as a centrepiece on Christmas Day along with all the usual veggies and gravy. The idea here is create layers of filling so when you cut through the wreath, the colours of Christmas (red and green) are revealed The recipe here makes a…

Cookery Classes

  I run a range of classes with menus and skill levels to suit all, providing you with the ability to cook with imagination, passion and enjoyment Small class sizes allow for a very hands-on experience, providing you with as much or as little support as you need to make the most from the session…

Leek & Caerphilly Sausages

I based the idea for these on a recipe from Leiths which uses Cheddar. I think the Caerphilly gives a better flavour and texture. These are great for freezing – just lay them on a baking tray in the freezer. When frozen, transfer to a freezer bag until needed. 2 small leeks – cut in…