Quick, easy and delicious, this recipe for Mushroom Risotto is a go-to when you need a stress-free meal that will impress.
When nothing but an English breakfast will do. Any late-wakers in the house will be tempted out of bed with the irresistible lure of sizzling bacon.
Delicious served sliced and spread with a local cream cheese. If you don't have buttermilk, simply add a tablespoon of lemon juice or vinegar to the milk. Recipe courtesy of AGA Specialist Dawn Roads.
The Rayburn Hotplate makes toasted sandwiches so easy. Cooking slowly is the key to crisp the bread and ensure the filling is heated through. Many thanks to AGA Specialist Dawn Roads for this recipe.
Recipe courtesy of AGA Specialist Dawn Roads and adapted from a recipe by Jo Seagar of New Zealand. A wonderful ‘quick bread’ that has the texture and taste of a farmhouse loaf. Please note, this recipe doesn’t work with low-alcohol beer!
Perfect for using up bananas. Ripe bananas are best for this as they give the most flavour - it doesn't matter if they are black on the outside! Recipe courtesy of AGA Specialist Dawn Roads.
A light, shallow tart which is perfect for a summer supper alongside a salad. Many thanks to AGA Specialist Dawn Roads for this recipe.
Mrs Tweedy's Chicken and Leek Pie is a wonderful winter warmer.
This Chocolate, Banana and Cardamom Brownie Traybake is the best way to use up over-ripe bananas.
Traditional food served at a Burns Night Supper is haggis, neeps and tatties - neeps being what England calls swede, but in Scotland turnip - always good for a discussion with Scottish friends or colleagues!