Creamy turkey tetrazzini, a traditional Italian dish, is pure comfort food that tends to be a hit with kids – if they’re not keen on mushrooms, leave them out, or replace them with another veggie, like chopped zucchini.
Jambalaya is a Creole Spanish dish made of rice, chicken, sausage and shrimp, simmered with tomatoes and stock – it’s a great meal when you need to feed a crowd. Bring the wide pan right to the table and serve it with a tossed green salad for a complete meal.
Cured sausage flavours the whole pot of lentil and barley soup.
Without gluten, there’s no need to worry about tough pastry; with a tender, shortbread texture, chilling this dough well will make it easier to roll. Use it to top these festive savoury pies, or for any traditional pie or tart recipe.
Slow-cooked beef short ribs are simple enough for a weeknight, and make fantastic dinner party fare when you're looking for something a little different - perfect for cold weather entertaining.
Looking for creative ways to send lunch to school? In How to Feed a Family, authors Ceri Marsh and Laura Keogh make bite-sized sandwich "sushi" that are perfect for little fingers to nosh when play and socializing are also on the lunchtime agenda.
This rustic pasta with crunchy walnuts, spicy sausage and brilliant green rapini is perfect for a cool fall dinner.
Marcella Hazan's simple red sauce doesn't require peeling vast quantities of fresh tomatoes - it comes together in minutes and is infinitely satisfying to have simmering on the stove.
Don’t you always check in with other parents to see what they’re having for dinner? It’s one of the things hanging over us all—damned dinner needs to be made again—so I do a survey of what everyone else is making to get my own juices flowing. One afternoon I asked a friend, and this dish was her answer.
Butter chicken is delicious over rice or mopped up with fresh naan - but how about in a chewy, crusty baguette to enclose and absorb all that delicious sauce?