What are you rolling out now the air is crisping up? Going to make me a giant batch of cinnamon apples for putting on pancakes and porridge and such. Sausage casserole. 0 Vote up! Making a chipotle sausage cassoulet after bring inspired by Mary Berry on the tv last night. 0 Vote up! sausage apple and blackberry oven bake. 0 Vote up! I lurched forward into the whole blackberry/ cooking apple/potato/ black pudding thing this week but am going to backtrack to the last of the tomatoes, and to mushrooms, for a while longer, before committing fully to autumn. 0 Vote up! Grouse partridge my Mum’s simple chicken casserole 0 Vote up! Bread and cabbage soup (better than it sounds - it's Italian). Fruit crumble Coq au Riesling BBQ stuff (I far prefer this in Autumn) How do you make your cinnamon apples, Clergs? 1 Vote up! Do you have a recipe for the bread and cabbage soup, Orwell? 0 Vote up! Is that Ribollita, Orwell? I freaking LOVE Ribollita!! KatiB this is Hugh FW’s version: 1 Vote up! Hmm, that didn’t work, sorry! Google might help!! 1 Vote up! Thanks for this, stardust! 1 Vote up! No worries! I make batches of it quite often and eat for lunches through a week x 0 Vote up! Wot them lot said, caserole of the sausage about to come out of the slow cooker 0 Vote up! Shin of Beef casserole, with horseradish mash and glazed carrots. 0 Vote up! It's a bit different to ribolita but in the same vein. Toast 9 slices of sourdough, preferably stale and preferably on a grill pan to get charmarks. Rub both sides with cut garlic. Take half a Savoy cabbage, removing the ribs on the outer leaves, and shred. Blanch for a few minutes (I microwave for 4 minutes). Cut pancetta or smoked streaky (Sillfields Farm does the best IMO) into lardons and fry until golden in a casserole or other large ovenproof dish. Toss the finely chopped leaves from a large sprig of rosemary and 8 or so anchovies into the casserole and saute gently in the rendered fat until the anchovies have amalgamated. Tip the blanched cabbage in and toss. Remove to a bowl. Place a third of the cabbage back in the casserole. Top with three slices of bread and grated cheddar. Repeat, but don't add the cheese to the top. Instead, top with stock (I use chicken) until the top layer of bread is almost all submerged. Top with more cheddar and grated parmesan. Bake in a hot oven until the top is golden. Serve with burnt sage butter. 0 Vote up! Oh perfect, thank you! 0 Vote up! I'm shit at measurements as I do it by eye, but you get the idea! 1 Vote up! I have a real urge to make lamb stew with pearl barley and dumplings. Very basic but I am craving it. Will be doing that this weekend 0 Vote up! Refresh Back to board Join the discussion Login Register 0 Vote up!