Great for sharing, and made even better with the use of a really fine extra-virgin olive oil, this is brilliant when served warm as a starter or as a meal in itself with fresh tomatoes, artichokes and cold meats.
A simple and elegant dinner-party dessert to impress your guests.
The honey in this dish compliments the goat’s cheese perfectly for a flavoursome result, best served with a rocket salad.
This sweet treat is the perfect autumn dessert. If you can’t find any ripe pears, tinned ones are just as nice.
Inspired by Caribbean cuisine, this vibrant dish is packed full of exotic flavours and great for sweet and spicy fans.
Put away those toasted nuts and crisps - canapés have entered a whole new dimension with these easy and fun lollipops.
Lorraine Pascale says: 'To me, a picnic isn’t a picnic without sausage rolls. My mum always made her own and my brother and I would end up fighting like mad over the last one.'
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