Pumpkin preserve

A great way to use your pumpkin from you Halloween lantern-making. This is still a great jam today since we first published it in Woman's Weekly in October 1926.

Happy face mince pies

They're mince pies with a smile. We first published this in December 1949. Here it is again, but using good-quality ready-made mincemeat.

Turkey tikka

Delicious, mildly spicy, dish that's low in fat, so it not only tastes great, it's good for you too!

Wedding cookies

These gorgeous biscuit alternatives to traditional wedding place cards are a real treat to eat - or to save as a memento of the special day

Mackerel pasta

Make this tasty salad for a packed lunch and you'll be getting a serving of good-for-you oily fish, too

Crab, berry and cucumber salad

A refreshing cucumber, raspberry and blueberry salad with crab meat. It has a raspberry vinegar dressing. Can be eaten as a main or an accompaniment.

Caramelised figs on toast

A super-quick (just 10 mins) but impressively different sweet treat - serve it as a dessert after a light main course, or as a delicious snack

Chicken pilaff

Use leftover meat and vegetables to make a quick and easy rice pilaff all in one pot.

Tortilla

Don't let your leftovers go to waste. Try this quick and easy Sunday-night supper

Squash and sage gnocchi

This is a quick and easy meal to cook. Gnocchi is cooked with cubes of butternut squash. Sage leaves and parmesan cheese are added for extra flavour.