Macaroni cheese is possibly the ultimate comfort food, and this dish is no exception to that rule but with a little bit of a twist by adding lobster.VIEW RECIPE
Serves 4 people as a main course or more as part of a buffetVIEW RECIPE
This recipe will really perk up your lunch box!!VIEW RECIPE
Something that has made an appearance in all the major supermarkets over the last year or 2 is fishcakes, but not your run of the mill fishcakes, fishcakes with a soft, melting centre. Our guess is that the first person to come up with them and take them to the supermarkets, got the idea from a chocolate fondant. This fishcake is almost like a savory version of a chocolate fondant, where the fondant has warm chocolate sauce in the centre surrounded by chocolate sponge, our fishcake has gooey, melting cheese middle surrounded by a delicious mix of fish and potato.VIEW RECIPE
Scotland's is often said to have the world’s finest larder, and it's actually pretty hard to disagree.
The fantastic thing about good quality produce is that you don't need to do too much to it, you can let the ingredients speak for themselves, so that's what we’ve done with this recipe but you don’t have to be from or based in Scotland to enjoy it!
Sundays are almost certainly everyone's favourite day for a roast, it's tradition really isn't it? Next time you're thinking of cooking a Sunday roast, whether it be today or next week, why not think a little outside the box and try this fantastic alternative to a traditional Sunday roast?VIEW RECIPE
Our summer seafood stew is a beautiful light stew, with a mix of fish and shellfish in a tasty tomato and stock base.VIEW RECIPE
This recipe is a favourite of one of our chef’s. It also has a couple of twists along the way, but on the whole it's a traditional New England seafood chowder.VIEW RECIPE