It may be the perfect time for a little indulgence, but after a few years everyone needs some new Thanksgiving ideas.
Indian chef Maunika Gowardhan shares her authentic, beautiful butter chicken recipe and gives us the history of this classic Indian comfort food
Taking a Great British Bake Off semi-finalist out for cake is daunting, but it proves worth it as Chetna provides a glimpse into what the tent’s really like.
When I’m in need of comfort food, I bake gluten-free cornbread – it pairs with a warm bowl of chilli, but it’s great by itself, as dessert, for just snack.
Tonight on Jamie’s Comfort Food, Jamie cooks up the ultimate chicken kebab and gives it the love and respect it deserves. In honour of that, here are five more retro foods Jamie has brought back from obscurity.
This thanksgiving, buy good-quality bird and use these turkey ideas to reap the rewards for a better dinner and better leftovers.
Delightfully sweet with the perfect amount of tartness, this creamy bright key lime pie recipe is indulgent comfort in every bite.
“Wonton” translates to “swallowing clouds”, which gives an idea of how comforting they are. This wonton soup recipe is about as satisfying as it gets.
Salted caramel, in my book, is the definition of indulgence. Here is a recipe for an easy salted caramel sauce, and some great ideas for what to do with it.
Sound the trumpets, ring the bells and run naked through the streets; we’ve found the best gluten-free beer, and racked them up against their counterparts.