Josephine Harrington guides us through the stages of cooking a Leek and Black Pudding Tart
Claire Cottis shows us how to mix a delicious seasonal cocktail
Often in the shadow of their starchy distant relative the potato, sweet potatoes are just as cheap, versatile and delicious as the mighty jacketed staple food. At around 79p per kg at Lidl (that’s about 3 big ones), there is no excuse not to have a go at some of our tasty and cost cutting recipes. Don’t be put off by their coloured skin and mutated shapes; it’s what’s inside that counts. Equality for the potatoes!
A healthy salad that is also filling and satisfying is a fine thing indeed
Nothing expresses your feelings better than a big old basket of muffins, so give these lemon and raspberry buns a go.
This recipe comes from my godmother Mary, who is a phenomenal cook. Going to her house is amazing – she measures her cookbooks by the yard (and apparently they’ve all been left to me in her will!), and she’s a brilliant source of cooking tips and interesting new flavour combinations. But it’s the basics that […]
After two days without overhead lights due to tripping them and being rather perplexed by the old fashioned fuse box (note to landlords: please stop lumping students with crappy goods), I finally figured out how to get everything back on, and lo, let there be light! To celebrate being able to cook by more than […]
Try these sweet potato, leek, mushroom and goats’ cheese patties for some pre-deadline energy
Feeling a bit fragile after a long week of partying? Anna Lawson-Walker offers a quick, easy and cheap recipe
Geography student Jose Harrington inspires cooking from around the world with this authentic African dish
As probably one of the easiest sweet treats to make, rocky road bars are my fail-safe party showstopper. The basic recipe is to grab everything unhealthy, smash it all to bits, cover it with gooey melted chocolate and refrigerate.
The perfect Valentine’s Day gift? Or is your loved one sweet enough?
Josephine Harrington whips up sticky marinated chicken drumsticks. The longer they’re left to soak up the sweet and sour goodness the better!
This is another family recipe I wanted to share. Rosalie is my uncle-by-marriage’s mother, a wonderful Jewish lady whose recipes I have recreated many times over the years. Her cheesecake is the best I have ever tasted, and although I don’t have much of a sweet tooth I can’t resist it. For the base: 9-10 […]
Food shopping on the curry mile can feel a bit like you’ve been transported back to your gap year; rows of mysterious fruits and vegetables stacked up on the street, a bollywood soundtrack and questionable food-hygiene standards, or at least it does until the famous Manchester drizzle starts to dampen the dragon fruit. It’s easy […]
Emily Clark shares the secret of her picnic favourite: the glorious sausage roll