May is blooming marvellous! Full of fresh flavours, sweet young shoots and some real British gems. It’s a month for lighter dishes that suit the brighter days… and we love it! Check out this month’s Jamie magazine for loads of ideas for the best things to eat this month. Here are three to get you started.
Versatile, easy to cook and absolutely delicious – chicken has got it all. Here are some of the very best chicken recipes we’ve tried over the years. We know you’ll love them as much as we do!
A small root (similar to ginger), turmeric is most commonly used in dried-powder form. Like many herbs and spices, turmeric has lots of micronutrients.
A gorgeous spread of cheese, fruit, bread and crackers is always a joy to get stuck into, and a lovely way to end any meal – from chilly winter feasts to balmy summer barbecues. So, inspired by the foodie adventures of don Gennaro Contaldo, we’ve put together a few basic rules for the ultimate cheeseboard.
Chocolate cake is an old-school classic that everyone should have a go at. Super-light sponge decorated simply with cream and seasonal fruit, this version is an epic – but easy – bake that always hits the spot. Here we’ve rounded up our top tips for the perfect chocolate cake, ready for the next time you need a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.
If you enjoyed a traditional Easter roast over the weekend then you might have some leftover lamb to use up. Lucky you! Roast lamb is a brilliantly versatile dish that can be used in all sorts of recipes. Check out four of our faves below.
Everyone loves a really good carbonara, and Gennaro’s classic recipe is one of the most popular recipes on our site. Here are four tips to help you master a first-class carbonara every single time (without using any cream!), along with a few ideas for gorgeous extra flavour combos.
To help you get your roast meats spot-on every time, we’ve created a super-useful chart to guide you, covering all the big-hitters, including turkey, duck, goose, chicken, beef, pork, and last but not least, lamb.