Warming Winter Recipes from Donna Hay

Winter calls for hearty recipes to warm the soul. Try these delicious seasonal offerings from one of Wildflower's favourite food writers, Donna Hay, who shares these enticing recipes from her fabulous new book 'Even More Basics to Brilliance', which is on sale now. Za’atar Lamb Skewers with Whipped Feta 700g [...]

Warming Winter Recipes from Donna Hay2024-01-17T13:29:35+00:00

Recipes: Anna’s Family Kitchen

Navigating through ‘food, faff and family life’ is definitely a recipe many of us follow every day. Tuck into this fun family-friendly cookbook and there won’t be too many leftovers. With more than 70 recipes to choose from in Anna’s Family Kitchen, it’s all about working smarter not harder to create easy, [...]

Recipes: Anna’s Family Kitchen2023-03-04T11:17:09+00:00

Sunshine on a plate – rise and shine with Tess Prince’s breakfast recipes

Ibiza-based private chef, restaurant consultant and food writer Tess Prince creates outrageously beautiful food that tastes delicious too. From her Mediterranean island home where she cooks daily in her outdoor kitchen, Tess shares her love of light, hydrating foods to eat in summer, with two delightful breakfast recipes to kick start your day. Using [...]

Sunshine on a plate – rise and shine with Tess Prince’s breakfast recipes2023-11-25T12:11:33+00:00

How to eat your Christmas tree: Delicious and sustainable festive recipes

Baker, chef and author Julia Georgallis teaches us how to cook with our Christmas trees — with these inspired dishes, discover just how tasty a tree can be Christmas trees are a pretty big deal; we’ve loved them for a long time. Except, nowadays, there isn’t really so much love for them. They have [...]

How to eat your Christmas tree: Delicious and sustainable festive recipes2023-02-12T18:09:14+00:00

Classic Baked Alaska recipe from Leith’s School of Food & Wine

Gingerbread Baked Alaska Serves 6-8 Ingredients Gingerbread: 225g butter, cubed 225g soft dark brown sugar 70g black treacle 165g golden syrup 300ml full fat milk 350g plain flour Pinch of salt 11/2 Tbsp ground ginger 2 tsp ground cinnamon 2 tsp bicarbonate of soda 2 eggs (Alternatively you can cheat with a shop-bought gingerbread [...]

Classic Baked Alaska recipe from Leith’s School of Food & Wine2023-12-02T11:54:19+00:00

Fresh start: Quick and healthy midweek supper ideas from Donna Hay

The celebrated foodie, bestselling cookbook author and successful magazine founder is renowned for creating recipes that turn simple food into something special. Her new recipe collection promises fresh and speedy balanced meals that are nourishing, energising — and utterly delicious  Photography by Con Poulos Midweek suppers are notoriously hard to master. It’s tricky enough [...]

Fresh start: Quick and healthy midweek supper ideas from Donna Hay2023-02-12T18:09:22+00:00

A shore thing: Five summery Cornish recipes from Emily Scott

The Cornish restauranteur and author loves simple, seasonal cooking using fresh local ingredients that reflect her love for this part of the world, where the sky meets the sea  Photography by Kim Lightbody Having grown up in Cornwall, but spending much time in Burgundy, Provence and Bordeaux, Emily Scott believes that good food should [...]

A shore thing: Five summery Cornish recipes from Emily Scott2023-02-12T18:09:26+00:00

Recipes – ‘Evergreen’ Foraged Finds by Mikkel Karstad

Following the worldwide success of  'Coøk' and 'Gøne Fishing', in his new book 'Evergreen', Mikkel Karstad casts his unique vision over vegetarian cooking. Here, Mikkel explains how his love of nature inspires his cooking - and a way of life.  I have always valued nature. Even though I grew up in the [...]

Recipes – ‘Evergreen’ Foraged Finds by Mikkel Karstad2023-02-13T14:56:33+00:00