The inspiration for this one comes from conversations with Icelandic and Danish friends who prize their cod. Traditionally, they prepare it in lots of different ways

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Apple & celeriac soup Amazing topped with crispy sage Earthy, sweet & delicious this hearty soup is perfect for winter

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This Tuscan soup is delicious – it's a soup everyone should try. Just thinking of it makes me salivate! It's a family-friendly soup – babies and grandparents (both without teeth!) can eat it with gusto. I've added roasted cherry tomatoes to my recipe but it also works really well just with tinned. The great thing is that it only takes 20 minutes to cook, so go for it! PS Use a stale white cottage-style loaf – not cheap sliced white factory bread.

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This recipe takes literally minutes to put together but then requires slow, gentle cooking. However, in return for your patience, what happens in the pan from just a couple of ingredients is an absolute joy and never fails, so it's a good one to serve if you have guests.

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Loads of us are craving healthy ingredients now, and this stew, made with a slow-cooker and totally vegan, is perfect fare for a healthy start to the year.

Farro is a grain similar to pearl barley, but it's dried in such a way that instead of being fluffy and spongy it becomes chewy and nutty. You may have difficulty getting hold of it, but if you can find it you'll be using it all the time – it has an unusual flavour half-way between rice and couscous (this recipe will also work well with both of these). In Italy it was a major food for the ancient Romans, who used it to make bread, porridge and soup before they got hold of wheat. Nowadays…

Gluten-free quiche with spinach and leek Making gluten-free pastry can be daunting, but this easy quiche recipe is simple and full of flavour, too

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