Traditional

Just great quiche

Quiche holds a special spot in my heart, I associate it with my sis-in-law, Den. In Essex we call it 'cheese flan' and Den makes the best one in the world, always with ja...
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Rainbow coleslaw

I love coleslaw with a crispy baked potato or our crustless quiche. It's simple to make and making it yourself means you can bump up the phytonutrients with lots of crunc...
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Eggs, chips and peas

I like to buck the trend when it comes to healthy eating! Eggs – nutrition powerbombs, potatoes – full of goodness, peas – the new superfood (watch this space). ...
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Chicken and leek pie

The thought of making a pie can send your head spinning on a busy weeknight, that's why I wanted to come up with something quick that made it seem like you've been slavin...
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Herby sausage dauphinoise

Any variation on sausages and potatoes is a variation on heaven. This a marriage of herby sausages, red onion and slices of creamy waxy potato cooked with butter, seasoni...
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Greg's bread pudding

Greg’s bread pudding

My biggest brother, Greg, is the family cake expert (both my brothers are ace cooks). He trained as a chef at Westminster College and then worked as pastry chef at the Ca...
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