Cheese and onion pie  - My hubby loves this traditional English dinner.  So this is what we are having tonight!

Cheese and onion pie

Cheese and onion pie. This stunning vegetarian pie is perfect for a picnic or lunchbox and looks just as at home at the centre of the dinner table.

Cheese n Onion pie.  60g/2oz butter, cut into small pieces.  60g/2oz lard, cut into small pieces.  200g/7oz self-raising flour, plus extra for dusting.  pinch salt.  For the filling.  25g/1oz butter.  3 onions, roughly sliced.  salt and freshly ground white pepper.  250g/9oz Lancashire cheese, (1/2 Feta & 1/2 strong cheddar substitute) coarsely grated.  milk, for sealing and glazing.

My mother’s cheese and onion pie

You’ll never tire of cooking Simon Hopkinson’s easy cheesy biscuit recipe: perfect for weekend baking.

Parmesan biscuits

You’ll never tire of cooking Simon Hopkinson’s easy cheesy biscuit recipe: perfect for weekend baking.

Great desserts, including Nigel Slater’s baked quince and Simon Hopkinson’s rhubarb crumble, and other one-pot recipes chosen by Observer Food Monthly

The 20 best one-pot recipes: part 4

Baby aubergines stuffed with peanut and coconut, cod chraymeh, rhubarb crumble with Guernsey cream, baked quince with orange and mascarpone ginger crunch, lemon surprise pudding.

Easter would not be Easter without hot cross buns. This Simon Hopkinson recipe puts an Easter twist on a classic British pudding to create Hot Cross Bun Bread and Butter Pudding. The indulgent recipe embraces warming nutmeg, dark rum and sweet vanilla extract. A perfect way to end your Easter feast or spring dinner party

Hot Cross Bun Bread and Butter Pudding

This hot cross bun bread and butter pudding is the ideal Easter dessert. The indulgent recipe embraces warming nutmeg, dark rum and sweet vanilla extract.

Bake pasta for a bubbling sharing-at-the-table dish. Can you resist the aroma of cheese, pancetta and porcini?

Baked pappardelle with pancetta and porcini

This recipe for coq au vin emphasises the rustic charm and comforting flavour of classic French food

Coq au vin

Simon Hopkinson’s recipe for coq au vin emphasises the rustic charm and comforting flavour of classic French food.

Rachel Roddy’s take on classic cheese and onion pie recipe | A kitchen in Rome | Life and style | The Guardian

Rachel Roddy’s take on classic cheese and onion pie recipe

Rachel Roddy recipes: A childhood spent pulling pints in an Oldham pub while Granny and her sister baked food for the punters gave me a recurring hankering for a proper cheese and onion pie, favourite jukebox hits and a glass of old-fashioned bitter

Make time for a lazy afternoon of cooking with Simon Hopkinson’s homemade cheese and onion pie recipe.

My mother’s cheese and onion pie

Make time for a lazy afternoon of cooking with Simon Hopkinson’s homemade cheese and onion pie recipe.

Strawberry and Almond Crumble: If I’d had to choose one thing that cooking could not make better, I’d have put good money on its being a bad (as in unripe and tasteless) strawberry. I’d be embarrassed even to own up to trying to improve it, were it not for the fact that I read an article by Saint Simon of Hopkinson in which he advised using said strawbuggers in a pie.

Strawberry and Almond Crumble

Strawberry and Almond Crumble - I would reduce the amount of flaked almonds and caster sugar next time I make this

Tart and tangy rhubarb is perfect for a comforting crumble with cream. Simon Hopkinson, the king of comfort food, shows you how.

Rhubarb crumble and cream

Tart and tangy rhubarb is perfect for a comforting crumble with cream. Simon Hopkinson, the king of comfort food, shows you how.

Savour the taste of school dinners with Simon Hopkinson's foolproof recipe for rice pudding.

Rice pudding

A real classic, and so easy to bung in the oven on the weekend. You can keep your cupcakes, rice pudding has maximum comfort factor.

Strawberry and Almond Crumble: f I’d had to choose one thing that cooking could not make better, I’d have put good money on its being a bad (as in unripe and tasteless) strawberry. I’d be embarrassed even to own up to trying to improve it, were it not for the fact that I read an article by Saint Simon of Hopkinson in which he advised using said strawbuggers in a pie. So I did. Well, that’s not quite true: I am lazier than he is, so I made a crumble. I don’t know what, how or why it happened…

Strawberry and Almond Crumble

Strawberry and Almond Crumble: f I’d had to choose one thing that cooking could not make better, I’d have put good money on its being a bad (as in unripe and tasteless) strawberry. I’d be embarrassed even to own up to trying to improve it, were it not for the fact that I read an article by Saint Simon of Hopkinson in which he advised using said strawbuggers in a pie. So I did. Well, that’s not quite true: I am lazier than he is, so I made a crumble. I don’t know what, how or why it happened…

Simon Hopkinson's risotto alla parmigiana recipe - goodtoknow

Simon Hopkinson's risotto alla Parmigiana

This classic Italian risotto with Parmesan cheese is creamy and full of flavour although it uses simple ingredients and it's simple to cook. We've got more risotto recipes to try

Baked pappardelle with pancetta and porcini. Bake pasta for a bubbling sharing-at-the-table dish. Can you resist the aroma of cheese, pancetta and porcini? Simple to make. Serve the dish piping hot at the dinner table and have extra cheese at the ready.

Baked pappardelle with pancetta and porcini

Baked pappardelle with pancetta and porcini - idea for when my Emerald friends visit in September

Layers of mascarpone, custard, cherry conserve, mixed berries, Madeira cake and sherry - who doesn't love a trifle?

Very berry trifle

BBC Good Food Winter Berry Trifle: Layers of mascarpone, custard, cherry conserve, mixed berries, Madeira cake and sherry - who doesn't love a trifle?

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