Food and Drink

Eggs florentine

Eggs florentine recipe

Super for breakfast, brunch or supper, eggs florentine are a delicious (and non-meaty) twist on eggs benedict. As a quick supper dish it ranks alongside rarebits of varying geographical origins.…

Use up your stocks of freezer fruit with this incredibly easy fruit and almond tart recipe.

Fruit and almond tart

Fruit and almond tart is a failsafe recipe. Make the fruit and almond tart with whatever fruit you have to hand. And frozen fruit works well too. Now is the…

Create legions of hare converts with this delicious take on hare ragout.

Hare ragout with pappardelle pasta

Hare ragout can pack a game laden punch, and is as rich as a Chelsea Russian. Lighten the taste by making a hare ragout with lashings of parmesan and white…

The best way to cook pheasant breasts

The best way to cook pheasant breasts

The best way to cook phesant breasts sometimes appears to be a closely guarded secret. It isn’t, one just requires the little know-how below. So whether you use this advice…

There is nothing better than a succulent sausage. And what tastier way to use up the season's bounty than by making your own pheasant sausages?

Pheasant sausages. Game that goes with a bang

Pheasant sausages are probably the last thing one thinks about when presented with a brace. You might consider our top 10 best pheasant recipes or ring the changes with a…

Burn's Night Haggis. Cook with haggis all year round, not just on Burn's Night. These tartlets make a delightful starter.

The Burn’s Night Haggis

The Burn’s night haggis comes to the fore on 25 January, when diners around the world raise a glass to the “Great chieftain o’ the puddin-race”, as Robert Burns eulogised…