Diana Henry is Saga Magazine's food and cookery columnist.
Diana Henry can be heard regularly on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, and was recently named Food Writer of the Year by Fortnum & Mason. She has also been named Cookery Journalist of the Year twice by the Guild of Food Writers.
Her books include A Change of Appetite, A Bird in Hand and Salt Sugar Smoke. She has written extensively for Saga Magazine and the Sunday Telegraph's magazine Stella.
Diana Henry shares her recipe for a simple alternative to mint sauce.
A chicken salad recipe with cherries, watercress and creamy tarragon dressing.
A refreshing spring pudding of lemon and rhubarb from Diana Henry.
This is a good, healthy lunch or light supper, and it makes a great starter.
Diana Henry's pea soup is full of warming flavours.
Find out how to use up those odd bottles of alcohol you may have accumulated.
A great accompaniment to almost any meal.
The classic pudding is given a makeover with whisky and zesty marmalade.
Tender pork meatballs browned to perfection.