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Something For The Weekend – Slow Cooker Vegetable Curry

It’s time to put your slow cooker to work! You can vary the strength of this curry to suit your family’s preferences and make...

Something For The Weekend – Kid-Friendly Chilli Con Carne

Persuading children to eat spicy food can be difficult, but our kid-friendly chilli con carne is a good way to start. We’ve included some...

Something For The Weekend – Rainbow Chicken Stir-Fry

If you need a break from rich, calorific food this easy chicken stir-fry is perfect. Low-fat doesn’t mean low-flavour, and the sauce means your...

Something For The Weekend – Leftover Turkey Pasta Bake

If you’ve spent time and effort preparing a Christmas feast, then you’ll want some quick and easy recipes up your sleeve while you recover....

Something For The Weekend – Classic Toad-In-The-Hole

Toad-in-the-hole – sausages nestled in fluffy, golden Yorkshire pudding. It's a peculiarly British concept, but this hearty family meal really hits the spot during...

Something For The Weekend – Leek And Potato Soup With Bacon

Soup is wonderful. Quick, tasty and a good way to get vegetables into the family’s picky eaters. We all love leek and potato soup...

Something For The Weekend – The Perfect Shepherd’s Pie

First, let's be clear about one thing – a shepherd’s pie is made with lamb. The clue is in the name, after all. However,...

Something For The Weekend – Slow-Cooked Beef Stew

Slow-cooking lets you make the most of cheaper – and often tastier – cuts of meat, so it's ideal for a family on a...

Something For The Weekend – Autumn Apple Crumble

Apple crumble is a firm favourite in our house once the colder weather sets in. Traditionally, a tart green apple such as Granny Smith’s...

Something For The Weekend – Nonna’s Spaghetti Meatballs

This dish reminds me of my beloved Italian grandmother who would always make it when I visited as a child. Now my kids love...

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