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.
This is extremely easy to throw together and uses very few ingredients.
This warming gratin is perfect for cold autumn and winter evenings.
The award-winning cookery writer shares her tips for the perfect baked potato.
Pickle plentiful plums in September to enjoy throughout winter.
Make the most of autumn abundance with this delicious jam recipe.
Damson plums aren’t around for long, so grab them in September and make gin.
These sweet and slightly spicy fritters are just right for late summer.
This baked tomato recipe can be served as a vegetarian main or as a side dish.
Try summer fruits drizzled with a delicious infused syrup.