Bread and butter pudding is as old as the hills and it's great for using up stale bread. There are many different ways of making it. This recipe is a bit of a departure from the traditional, with the addition of bananas.
Roast beef with Yorkshire puddings is the most traditional British roast and in fact probably the most famous of all British food. While the beef is resting, make the gravy and Yorkshire puddings and serve the roast with crispy baked potatoes, boiled baby carrots and steamed green vegetables.
Tart, sweet and fragrant oranges make these buttery shortbread triangles especially delectable. If you like, try substituting the lemon rind for the orange rind and add ⅓ cup (45g) coarsely chopped dried cranberries to the dough.