John indulges his love of old cookery books and digs out a recipe for a “good” Indian curry.
Don’t ever buy “breadsticks” in the supermarket, because these grissini are stupidly easy to make and taste a multitude of times better.
Potato salad doesn’t have to be a mayonnaise drenched affair to pair with sausages and beer…
Brussels sprouts, bacon and prunes – what might sound like an odd combination is actually a) really quite classic, and b) super yummy.
The twenty millionth and one carrot cake recipe on the net, but this one is really really good.
This almond recipe is super simple, a bit wintry and Christmassy, and absolutely perfect for cocktail hour.
No, it’s not summer anymore, but don’t let that stop you from cooking outside and eating warming delights from the barbecue, like these suggestions from Jamie.
We like meat here at Pork & Gin, but that doesn’t mean that we aren’t open to trying new things. So, a vegan breakfast anyone?
This week sees the start of the Aldeburgh Food Festival, so what better time to celebrate some of the culinary joys of Suffolk.
We aren’t normally super healthy here at P&G, but psychologist Angela Henderson provides a moment of complete nutritional calm, with a perfect snack for kids (or anyone).
There can’t be many things more obviously flour based than a dumpling, but that doesn’t need to be the case, as Chrissy shows with a couple of easy recipes.
If you don’t love Italian food then there is clearly something wrong with you, and if you love Italian food then you have to love pasta, especially homemade.