This salad is fabulous served with roast chicken. You can use it to create a really easy meal by buying a roast chicken, and then just adding fresh lemon to the salad: it makes a great starter or...
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Mar 23 10:52:50 EST 2015
With the gong for best-smelling kitchen nailed before this meal's even served, set the stopwatch for the fastest-eaten-lunch fixture ...
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Mar 23 08:00:42 EST 2015
This is a pretty sensational pudding that would make a great finish to a banquet-style meal. The pudding holds up well in the fridge if made the night before; just leave off the passionfruit garnish...
Cook | Neil Perry | Wed Mar 18 08:26:09 EST 2015
This slaw is great as it is, but if you are the kind of person who likes a less creamy approach, dress it extra virgin olive oil and a good vinegar of your choice.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Mar 16 13:47:10 EST 2015
OK, I love crumbed food. So don't think of just crumbed lamb cutlets or a piece of nice crumbed fried fish, but dive into a nice big pork cutlet.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Mar 16 13:31:52 EST 2015
Try this take on a traditional Asian porridge. You can make the congee with water alone, but chicken stock gives it more flavour.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Mar 16 13:03:27 EST 2015
A classic American dessert that is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Cook | Neil Perry | Fri Mar 13 00:00:00 EST 2015
The salad is really nice dressed with mayonnaise instead of the vinegar and oil. Add diced celery and you have a Waldorf salad.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Mar 09 13:54:05 EST 2015
Even the most carnivorous friend will be distracted by the delectable flavours in this mouthwatering, meat-free meal. Alternatively, this parmigiana is great with roast beef or chicken as a side dish.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Mar 09 07:57:22 EST 2015
I love all those Spanish salsas that go so well with meat and seafood. Romesco - a red capsicum and nut-based sauce - is one of my my favourites.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Mar 02 14:27:53 EST 2015
Figs are such a wonderful fruit; fantastic fresh with prosciutto or baked in a tart with frangipane cream and equally at home with grilled and roasted meat and poultry.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Mar 02 14:27:55 EST 2015
Slow down, cowboy - take time out to prepare a little southern comfort food. It's well worth the wrangle. You'll need to brine the wings for two hours before cooking on the barbecue.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Mar 02 09:53:21 EST 2015
Cornbread - traditionally served with barbecued food like ribs and pulled pork - is best served warm.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Mar 02 09:53:38 EST 2015
A few knockout condiments make it easy to give your next weekend barbie a serious kick. Gochujang will keep in the fridge and is great added to stir-fries.
Cook | Neil Perry | Tue Feb 24 15:55:01 EST 2015
This is a versatile recipe: Serve with some steamed rice, lettuce leaves, gochujang, more kimchi and some sliced onions and build a sandwich for a meal in its own right.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Feb 23 08:30:36 EST 2015
Combining good looks and substance, this cake's velvety texture is sweetened by luscious summer fruit.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Feb 16 14:58:32 EST 2015
These velvety tarts have a delicious tang thanks to summer's tomatoes. Heirloom tomatoes should be at their absolute best if summer is behaving.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Feb 16 14:54:08 EST 2015
Make life a little less ordinary with these simple but luxurious finger sandwiches. If the cost of lobster is too much when combined with the flowers you've organised for your love, just substitute...
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Feb 09 09:15:24 EST 2015
Here' s a simple, seasonal and refreshing idea to get your romantic night started this Valentine's Day.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Feb 09 09:14:47 EST 2015
Here's a simple midweek salmon dish, but feel free to replace the salmon with your favourite fish. I like the cucumber relish with a diced avocado folded through.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Feb 09 06:59:47 EST 2015