Light And Tasty
These pork parcels are bursting with flavour – whole pork fillets are wrapped in prosciutto and served with a delicious fig and fennel glaze and crisp greens.
When it comes to winter warmers, lamb shanks are a sure winner. Pop the slow cooker on and return home from work to a beautiful and tender lamb casserole.
One for the romantics: these little French tarts are wonderfully buttery and crisp, glazed with a red wine jelly - the perfect end to a special dinner for two.
Beef skirt and shin are great value cuts, and become particularly delicious when slow-cooked in this one-pot dish - ideal for no-fuss family dinners.
Succulent beef fillet wrapped in prosciutto adds flavour and protects the meat, resulting in a really tender cut of beef.
Cinnamon adds complexity to this slow-cooked pasta sauce, which goes perfectly with large tubular paccheri pasta, or ribbons of pappardelle
Swap mashed potato for vibrant sweet potato and bulk out your lean lamb mince with red lentils for a slimmer take on this comforting classic
These individual potato, thyme and Parmesan gratins look fantastic and make a great winter dish.
Originally referred to as the loose meat sandwich, this American favourite is a sandwich that the whole family will enjoy.
A comforting family classic, this homemade beef pie is a favourite at the dinner table.
Savour every mouthful of this rich, comforting pie with red wine gravy and potato topping
Warming lamb shanks are ready to go when you put your slow cooker to work.
A red wine and tomato based mince veal and pork with tasty porcini mushrooms mixed between thick pappardelle pasta
Mulled wine is a wintertime must have, but pears soaked in mulled wine is a whole new tradition waiting to happen!
When you're making a roast - trap the sizzling juices in the pan and turn it into a gravy that will season your meal to perfection.
The perfect comfort food is best when made with premium ingredients and served with family.
Skip the pre-made pastry! This tasty tart comes with a homemade crust that is worth the extra few minutes.
A classic French-style beef casserole that's perfect for getting everyone around the table
Send the kids to bed early and warm up with this succulent lamb pie with vegies and red wine.
Spiced butter is enhanced with red wine and tawny, making it a great base for sauces and sautes.
If you’ve never cooked lamb neck before, don’t be put off by the name. It’s the perfect cut for slow cooking! It
just falls apart in this rich stew recipe.
You will have to search hard for a more colourful dessert than this poached pear.
Pulled pork ragu with celeriac, parsnip and parmesan mash. Shred the meat and spread the love with
a smooth cheesy side.
The best dishes need plenty of time to look and taste this good. But they’re well worth the wait!