Check out Dad's latest homecooked dishes and recipes below. Or click recipes in the menu to browse through 6+ years of Dad's homecooking recipes for families.
A perfect winter warmer – Cassoulet!
Try Dad’s loaded low-fat salsa quesadillas with The Laughing Cow Lightest x8 cheese.
An excellent way to turn a popular Italian slow food standard into an easy and quicker family classic.
My best pumpkin pie yet!
A brilliant cake for a birthday!
Dad's latest food series is all about that much loved classic combination, Tuna and Sweetcorn (T&S) — but there are more interesting ways to get your T&S fix other than on pasta or a jacket potato! See below for some T&S inspiration!
Here’s a classic mixture of tuna and sweetcorn served as a handsome canapé.
Tuna and sweetcorn turned into a happy hour treat.
Tuna and sweetcorn combine beautifully in this sloppy classic.
Here’s a cool recipe for lovers of tuna fish and sweetcorn – and pizzas. A great family recipe. It’s a pizza but made with potatoes!
A quick and easy recipe that can be made in 30 minutes and no more than 10 ingredients.
Grilled tuna (from a tin) meets sweetcorn in the guise of a romesco sauce.
Dad loves to write about food. Whether it's discovering a new road local to London or Surrey, where the treasures of foodie stores and independent shops delight—or Dad's macro observations in the world of food. Dad's articles (and foodie stories to his recipes) are a funny and knowledgable journey through the lense of how pops views the world.
The Wagamama in Wigmore Street opened in 1998 and was the chain’s third London restaurant.
It’s a Friday and Darren Poulter, the fishmonger is plying his wares: ‘Lovely wild sea bass today, beautiful Cornish mackerel, line caught cod….’
We all know about lamb shanks – they’ve been mandatory dishes on gastropub menus for years. But what about the same joint in pork and beef?
Those of a certain age will remember the post-Elizabeth David halcyon days of home gastronomy…
There was a time when few would have recognised the panettones stacked in London’s Italian delicatessens. But now it’s impossible to do a Christmas shop without tripping over the lovely things.
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