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This week Lucy Loves: Fish Pie – a perfect Easter weekend dish

With Good Friday almost upon us, and the prospect of a family lunch looming, Fish Pie is top of mind for Lucy Loves… I have never used a recipe for my Fish Pie before so today’s production comes to you on a wing and a prayer. I usually just assemble this three-stage dish by making up…

This Week Lucy Loves: Irish Soda Bread with Bacon and Cheese

This week, Lucy Loves is celebrating St Patrick’s Day with this wonderful recipe for Irish Soda Bread with Bacon and Cheese. Soda bread is much less of a kerfuffle to make than yeast based bread with no need to knead and no lengthy rising time. The resulting bread, with the fab additions of Irish cheddar…

This week Lucy Loves: Prawn, Chilli & Basil Pasta

This is one of my favourite recipes from when I started cooking in our first flat over 20 years ago. It originated from a well-thumbed Good Food magazine and still features in our house as a supper party dish and a family dinner. It’s elegant, with the wonderful flavours of chilli, garlic and basil studded…

This Week Lucy Loves: Welsh Cakes

  Hooray March is here at last. It’s the first day of spring, and even though the bulbs have been up for a while, now the nights are getting lighter too, winter seems to be on it’s way out. The 1st of March is also St David’s Day and these Welsh Cakes are a delicious…

This Week Lucy Loves… Korean Beef!

Mince, what a suppertime saviour it is. I was pretty much brought up on mince, my Mother had at least 4 brilliant standby mince heavy recipes on hand at all times. Well now, I am about to add another to that list. My Korean Beef has taken the Lucy Loves household by storm and is…

This Week Lucy Loves… Valentine’s Raspberry Cheesecake

I really enjoy making baked treats for people I love. So to celebrate this weekend’s Valentine’s Day, I have decided to share with you this Raspberry Cheesecake Brownie recipe. This is an absolute stalwart of a baked treat for me. I have made it on numerous occasions and it’s brilliant because a) it’s pretty easy, if…