Graham Campbell’s autumn fruit pavlova recipe is very simple to put together, and makes the most of the abundant blackberries, figs and plums.
Tender and tastebud tantalising – Simon Rogan’s brill recipe is brilliant indeed.
Michael Caines serves up a suave pan-fried chicken breast with a lentils a la Française recipe in this elegant main course.
Andrew Sheridan shares his recipe for a decadent apple rice pudding, a dish you might recognise from BBC Two’s Great British Menu.
This stunning sous vide lentil recipe pairs perfectly with roast butternut squash and fennel in this stunning, substantial salad.
The smell of red mullet cooking is unlike any other fish – it is utterly unique.
With sea bass and fresh mussels unite alongside delicious potato pasta, dried cherry tomatoes and fresh fennel, there’s a Mediterranean feel to this pan-fried sea bass recipe.
Alain Ducasse’s beautiful pistachio and wild strawberry dessert is such a work of art, you’ll find it hard to demolish.
Diet, schmiet. This stunning blackberry and marshmallow cake recipe is a true showstopper.
Bright and vibrant, Paul Ainsworth’s simple fettuccine recipe boasts
juicy prawns and delicate crab meat.
Chantelle Nicholson serves up a stunning slow-roasted aubergine recipe, served with a luscious white bean purée and tangy tamarind sauce for a delectable vegan dinner party dish.
This monkfish recipe looks very impressive when you put it on the table. Easy for a party as you don’t need to do much – just enjoy.
We’re a little nutty for these walnut macaroons with candied walnuts & lashings of coffee cream.
Here, gin is paired with lake trout to create a cured fish dish to remember.
Despite its misleading name, baked Alaska is actually thought to originate from Norway. Tom Aikens’ version is a stunning take that is bound to impress.
These cupcakes are a delicious mix between a lemon sponge cake and a lemon meringue pie – all the zest things in life rolled into one.
The retro chicken Kiev is given a gourmet overhaul by Simon Hulstone who adds butternut…
Unexpected dinner guests? Pain perdu is one of those desserts that can be thrown together at a moment’s notice.
Paul Ainsworth serves up his simple baked cod loin recipe atop a bed of spaghetti, coated in a wild garlic pesto and studded with rich, crispy pancetta.
Dieters, look away now. These moreish molten caramel puddings are the ultimate embodiment of a decadent dessert.