Taken from Jamie’s successful School Dinners campaign back in 2005, these tried-and-tested recipes were created with fresh, tasty and affordable ingredients in mind. The portions were designed for primary- and secondary-aged kids, so just use them as a guide if cooking for adults. We know they were a big hit back in the day, so […]
Each month, we showcase two clever kitchen skills and put them together to create one delicious recipe. This month, we’re looking at skinning tomatoes and preparing fennel. Once you’ve got these two techniques under your belt, you can put them into practice with this gorgeously simple ratatouille.
You can’t get much better than a well-boiled egg with dipping soldiers for breakfast or brunch. Whether you like them soft- or hard-boiled, it’s easy to get them spot-on simply by keeping an eye on the cooking time.
Food and Instagram go together like two peas in a pod. Can you remember the last time you didn’t Instagram your food? Nor can we. Sad, we know, but that’s the price we pay to capture deliciously decadent, crave-worthy food porn.
Whether for chopping or slicing, carving or filleting, every well-stocked kitchen needs a decent set of knives. We’ve pulled together a guide to the array of kitchen knives available, plus mini tutorials on chopping techniques and knife maintenance to help you make the most of your kit.
Before you start, make sure you buy the freshest eggs possible. You can tell whether an egg is fresh by cracking it on to a saucer. If the yolk stands up and the white isn’t watery, it’s fresh as a daisy.