No stress and no fuss. This dessert can be whipped up with minimal effort. Grill the nectarine wedges on the barbecue for added flavour.
Be transported to the Mediterranean with these sardine dishes, bursting with the flavour of the sea.
"Strangely enough, rosemary loves coconut and this makes a great refreshing dessert to eat any summer's day," says Dave Verheul.
Prawns are a Christmas classic. We prefer king or tiger prawns for their sweet, firm flesh. Serve the salad assembled, or for a more casual gathering, put out all the elements on the table for guests to assemble their own salad.
This beef fillet is served rare and cold so it can be roasted a day ahead - ideal for summer entertaining.
The oyster is the world's most prized mollusc but it wasn't always so. Alecia Simmonds charts its journey from pauper's staple to sharing tables with Champagne.
We love these little beauties baked in paper, but you could scoop quenelles straight onto baking paper instead. A tarter-than-usual lemon curd offsets the sweetness of the pavlova, while blackberries add summer fragrance.
When it comes to making Christmas entertaining simple, a no-cook dish is always a good option. Note that serving sizes are based on entree portions.
The king of the Momofuku empire teams up with Netflix for a docu-series on the food that bonds us – looks be damned.