Salade Lyonnaise By Michel Roux Jr

Easy to make, lovely brunch salad with eggs and bacon by double Michelin-starred chef Michel Roux Jr

Quick and Easy Lemon Tart with Honeycomb & Sweet Herbs

Our favourite quick and easy lemon tart recipe. A lovely tart with plenty of lemon juice and lemon zest to give it an extra kick! Simple and delicious!

Gooseberry Tart with Sweet Cicely by Neil Forbes

Gooseberry Tart with Sweet Cicely by Neil Forbes of Cafe St Honore in Edinburgh. Neil Forbes was born into a family of chefs. It was his granny's soup that first inspired a young Neil to get behind the stove, and who inspires him still.

Arbroath Smokie, Katy Rodgers Crème Fraîche and Toasted Oats by Neil Forbes

Arbroath Smokies and Toasted Oat Salad with Crème Fraîche by Neil Forbes of Cafe St Honore in Edinburgh. Neil Forbes was born into a family of chefs. It was his granny's soup that first inspired a young Neil to get behind the stove, and who inspires him still.

Roast Gilt-Head Bream with Citrus Fruit Vinaigrette

Michel Roux Jr. is a French-English two-star Michelin chef at the London restaurant Le Gavroche. This recipe comes from the book Cooking with the MasterChef by Michel Roux

Pumpkin & Pearl Barley Risotto by Tom Kitchin

My risotto uses pearl barley to give it a real Scottish twist. Pumpkin can be a brilliant addition, but you can change the dish throughout the year using a host of seasonal vegetables from spring greens, to summer girolles or autumn root vegetables. Don’t be afraid to try new things.

Roasted Sausage and Potato Supper by Mary Berry

Roasted Sausage and Potato Supper will become a firm family favourite as it can be cooked in one dish and is so quick and easy to put together. If you’re making this for young children, you can replace the wine with stock, if you prefer. Choose your favourite type of local, British sausage for this recipe – my family loves leek and sage.

Poached White Peaches Scented With Strawberries with Rose Petals and Wild Strawberries

Acclaimed chef Michel Roux Jr has the perfect poached peaches recipe with a twist – the ideal dessert for family meals

Malted chocolate cake by Mary Berry

This cake is the perfect family treat and a real crowd-pleaser. The malt extract gives a lovely creaminess to the sponge, while the malted chocolate flavour is echoes in the cake’s topping

Cullen Skink & Hake by Tom Kitchin

Cullen skink is a really simple dish to cook and can be made in a variety of different ways. I adore adding hake as main ingredient. Cullen skink can either be done very badly or exceptionally well. I think you either find awful smoked fish or absolutely wonderful smoked fish, and it’s obviously better to shop around for the latter.

Butternut squash and lentil samb – by Mary Berry

INSPIRED BY THE SOUTH INDIAN SAMBAR, or lentil-based vegetable stew, this colourful dish is lovely served warm with chops or fish, or on its own with bread. It can also be eaten cold as a salad.

T-bone steak with shallot & tarragon butter

The ultimate steak for those who really want to push the boat out is the T-bone. Of course they are much larger than a regular steak so you may find that each one could serve up to two people, depending on the size of your appetites!

Italian-style seared beef rolls with lemon aioli

This is a novel way of eating Italian carpaccio, which would also be fantastic served as canapés. It is important to get a really good colour on the beef so that it almost forms a crust on the outside – this gives the dish its wonderful contrast of textures. This recipe is also delicious served with slices of avocado, shavings of Parmesan and roasted walnuts added.