Wrapping Food in ParcelsWrapping food in parcels is perfect for low-fat cooking and helps retain natural moisture, keeping food tender.
Guide to CauliflowerCreamy white, purple or a brilliant chartreuse ? these are the colours of today?s cauliflower. A close relative of broccoli, cauliflower has the nutritional attributes of its cousin, but a much milder flavour.
Growing & Cooking BananasBananas are often called ?the most perfect fruit?. As these giant herbaceous perennials bear only once, you will need to cut them down to the ground so new suckers can grow in their place.
Growing & Cooking CauliflowerWhile cauliflowers can be tricky to grow, they are very versatile vegetables that can be baked, steamed and served as a side with dips and sauces, or used in soups, stir-fries, salads and curries.
Cauliflower cheeseCauliflower is sublime with a cheesy sauce. For extra crunch, sprinkle with 3 tablespoons each fresh breadcrumbs and finely grated cheddar before grilling. You can even just serve the cauliflower drizzled with the sauce, without grilling it. To season the sauce, try a pinch of cayenne pepper or nutmeg instead of white pepper.
Cauliflower and Stilton souffleA souffle is always bound to impress. Here's a classic combination that adds vegetable value to a light and fluffy souffle. Serve straight from the oven, with wholemeal bread and a tomato salad.
Cauliflower and broccoli gratinA favourite vegetarian dish gets a new twist here, with super-healthy broccoli added to cauliflower, in a cheese sauce thickened with breadcrumbs. Crunchy walnuts on top make this mouth-wateringly good. It's just as good served on its own or as a side dish.