Discover cooking techniques and tips to help you perfect your cooking know-how. Jenni Murray and Jane Garvey are joined by leading chefs and food writers who share their secrets for perfect home-cooked dishes. Part of Radio 4's Woman's Hour.
Wed, 26 Feb 14
Jack Monroe made a name for herself as a food blogger who writes recipes for people on a tight budget. Today she Cooks The Perfect...Chickpea, Carrot & Coriander Falafels
Tue, 31 Dec 13
Allegra McEvedy is no stranger to a good party and here she prepares the perfect antidote for a sore head. It's easy to prepare and delicious.
Tue, 17 Dec 13
James Morton was runner-up on The Great British Bake Off 2012. He learned to bake with his grandmother, growing up in the Shetland Isles. With the Christmas season in mind, James shows Jane how to cook the perfect Stollen.
Wed, 20 Nov 13
Pears make the perfect partner to pork. Add some ginger for sweetness and spice and serve with lentils for a satisfying autumn meal. Plus Allegra gives her tips on how to cook the perfect pork chop.
Mon, 4 Nov 13
Mark shares his recipe for his ultimate comfort food, which involves a couple of subtle twists on the traditional recipe
Thu, 24 Oct 13
Masterchef winner Natalie Coleman gives her expert tips for preparing the perfect scallops.
Thu, 10 Oct 13
This is a brilliant take on the Chinese classic of Peking Duck with plum sauce. The duck is roasted with Sauternes wine and grapes, which are then blended to make a sweet sauce. Perfect wrapped in a lettuce leaf or a traditional Chinese pancake.
Thu, 3 Oct 13
Mauritian cuisine is classic fusion food. This recipe has huge depth of flavour from European herbs, chilli heat and Indian flavourings of ginger, coriander and garlic. Easy to make and cheap, it's an ideal student meal.
Tue, 24 Sep 13
Deb Perelman writes the hugely popular US food blog Smitten Kitchen. She's a self-taught cook and aims to show that you don't need to be a trained chef, have fussy ingredients or even a big kitchen to produce delicious food.
Mon, 2 Sep 13
Jamie Oliver demonstrates a wonderful classic dish that can easily embrace a host of leftovers, and discusses his latest series on money saving cooking, his views on food and class and the state of school cooking.
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