We always hesitate to call this dish “meatloaf ” because of the possible negative connotations of the word. Rest assured – this dish is colourful, moist, flavoursome and very comforting. Read Recipe »
There are dozens of versions of ragù which are favourites in different regions of Italy. You can use this basic recipe, then experiment with quantities of wine, tomato and spices
The herby flavours take this simple classic dish to another level. Completely different from any roast beef you’ve had at home!
This is our family dish which has been passed down through the generations and adapted a little. A butterflied turkey breast is stuffed with herbs and grapes, rolled up and tied and cooked in milk.
The vegetables in this slow cooked dish produce a velvety-textured sauce which goes perfectly with the tender meat.
There wine, stock and slow cooking make the pieces of pork really melt in your mouth. A great dish for when it’s cold out.
The hint of orange rind and the tang of the olives make this chicken dish very special.
This is one of the classic Tuscan roast meat dishes, herby and succulent.
An aromatic, original twist on a simple dish.
This is a great dish for the autumn, with the nuts adding texture and the just-harvested grapes adding a smooth sweetness.