Domini Kemp Baked Seabass, ginger and spring onion with Soba noodle salad.Photograph: Aidan Crawley
Soba Noodle Salad

You can really play loose and fast with the prep for this salad, but the one thing it mustn’t be is chunky. First up, cook the noodles in plenty of bo(...)

Domini Kemp Baked Seabass, ginger and spring onion with Soba noodle salad. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Take all the ingredients except the fish and mix well together in a bowl. Get a gratin dish and sprinkle four piles of the mixture in a thinness layer(...)

Put all the ingredients (olives, capers, dill, olive oil) in a blender and blitz till smoothish. Season with pepper. If you’re using on fish or gri(...)

Asparagus with creamy eggs and dill. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Yes, it really wasn’t a great summer weather wise, but even if the heavens opened on a regular basis, the evenings were long and bright(ish) enough to(...)

Blanch the asparagus by boiling it for about 30 seconds and then refreshing it in cold water and drying with kitchen towel. You can do this ages in ad(...)

Finding something that the whole family is willing to eat for dinner can be like pulling teeth – without anaesthetic. Okay, so I’m exaggerating a lit(...)

Salmon Burgers

Blitz the lot in a food processor, but try not to make complete mush out of it, so do it on pulse. The mayonnaise will bind it all together, so you wo(...)

J ust as it is with all great books and movies, in the kitchen, too, it can sometimes be worth re-visiting – and savouring – old favourites. Not just(...)

Cherry Caprese

Slice the mozzarella and marinate it for 20 minutes in the 50ml of olive oil, basil and salt and pepper. Next, make a dressing for the cherries by mi(...)

Roast Med Veg

Cut all the vegetables into large chunks and toss in a large roasting pan with the olive oil, salt and pepper, honey and balsamic. Roast for 30 minute(...)