With the evenings drawing in and the slight chill in the air, it’s time to gather the family around the table with a bowl of steaming soup or hearty stew. Here’s a round up of recipes for soups and stews to make this autumn.
The ‘recooked’ bean soup from Tuscany is a perennial comforting favourite at this time of year - heart-warming and delicious, and cheap and easy to prepare coming from the Italian peasant 'poor food' tradition.
A soup-like red lentil dahl based on a family recipe, this is one of the most satisfying dishes you will ever eat. The recipe is from writer Simon Majumdar and features in his book Eat My Globe, where he claims this soup saved his life.
Jessica Rosval, the young Canadian chef at Casa Maria Luigia shares her family recipe for matzah ball soup turning leftover Thanksgiving or Christmas ingredients into a tasty heartwarming soup in aid of Food for Soul's campaign, 'Cooking is an Act of Love'.
Should the Michelin Guide continue to award stars to Singapore's hawker stalls? Do Singaporeans really care what the Red Guide says about their favourite street food? Singaporean food writer Evelyn Chen shares her point of view.
The beef tongue is a delicacy in many countries, and there are a surprising number of different ways to serve it. Smoked is one of them. If you’re new to smoked beef tongue, our recipe is a great place to start
Eggs are always an ingredient synonymous with the weekend, from lazy breakfasts to boozy brunches and beyond, here's a round up of all the must-have sweet and savoury egg recipes to see you through to Monday.