Lorraine Pascale shows us clever recipes, lets us in on culinary trade secrets and shows us invaluable kitchen shortcuts; this is the fast and easy way to make fresh food for every occasion; you'll never want to open a packet again.

Episodes

Season 1, Episode 1

Easy Entertaining

Lorraine shows us recipes that are perfect for a whole host of occasions, from an impromptu dinner with friends to fresh and fun party food.There's lemoncello jello shots; a good old fashioned burger with all the trimmings, and a mouth-watering mango, feta and avocado salad.

Tuesday
Feb 14
7am | 6c
Season 1, Episode 3

Simple Classics

Lorraine makes simple and classic recipes that have stood the test of time. From a twist on an Italian favourite, salmon saltimbocca with gremolata potatoes and crispy sage leaves: to pan fried mascarpone gnocchi with dreamy basil pesto - easy enough to knock up from scratch at home; Lorraine also creates irresistible port preserved cherries with cinnamon and orange; Gorgeous little warm Bramley apple pies; a tasty twister bread that anyone can have a go at; and her own twist on a traditional roast, whole roast perky peri peri chicken. For those with a sweet tooth, Lorraine's neat & Tidy Eton Mess with blackberries and stem ginger whipped cream.

Tuesday
Feb 14
8am | 7c
Season 1, Episode 4

Bake It

Baking isn't all about breads and cakes, as Lorraine shows in tonight's episode. From a crunchy crackle top bread; to bake in the oven sticky Asian BBQ chicken wings with sweetcorn rice and red cabbage slaw, Lorraine gives us fantastic ideas for oven cooking. There are tempting little jammy tarts; succulent slow roast, fast prep leg of lamb with Aussie chardonnay, rosemary, sage and bay; delicious dulce & banana cake; rum punch roast pears, figs and peaches with toasted hazelnuts & vanilla crème fraiche; and gorgeous strawberry & cream mini cakes with chocolate drizzle strawberries. And Lorraine gets a masterclass in making an authentic Austrian apple strudel from two street food vendors.

Tuesday
Feb 14
8:30am | 7:30c
Season 1, Episode 5

Posh Nosh

Whether you're throwing a dinner party or just want to rustle up something a bit more special, Lorraine has it covered. From fancy nibbles - pancetta & parmesan puffs - to French onion and sage soup with big fat gruyere and mustard croutons, Lorraine's time saving tips make the meals look effortless. She conjures up gorgeous white chocolate lollipops with dried cranberries and white chocolate dipped cherries. Plus, Lorraine learns the secret to making the best Spanish doughnuts from a cook who has mastered the art of street food.

Tuesday
Feb 14
9am | 8c
Season 1, Episode 1

Easy Entertaining

Lorraine shows us recipes that are perfect for a whole host of occasions, from an impromptu dinner with friends to fresh and fun party food.There's lemoncello jello shots; a good old fashioned burger with all the trimmings, and a mouth-watering mango, feta and avocado salad.

Saturday
Apr 15
7am | 6c
Season 1, Episode 2

Comfort Food

Packed full of comforting recipes that will make you smile inside and out. To start, a breakfast of ginger bread pancakes with parma ham and maple syrup; then a warming prawn linguine with chorizo and cabernet tomato sauce; a soft and satisfying butternut and sweet potato lasagne; shameless shortcut cookies and cream lollipops; tangy sweet and sour pork balls with crunchy peanut rice; and an indulgent chocolate mousse with raspberries. Plus Lorraine meets another inspirational street food vendor who is putting a modern spin on traditional Caribbean cooking.

Saturday
Apr 15
7:30am | 6:30c
Season 1, Episode 3

Simple Classics

Lorraine makes simple and classic recipes that have stood the test of time. From a twist on an Italian favourite, salmon saltimbocca with gremolata potatoes and crispy sage leaves: to pan fried mascarpone gnocchi with dreamy basil pesto - easy enough to knock up from scratch at home; Lorraine also creates irresistible port preserved cherries with cinnamon and orange; Gorgeous little warm Bramley apple pies; a tasty twister bread that anyone can have a go at; and her own twist on a traditional roast, whole roast perky peri peri chicken. For those with a sweet tooth, Lorraine's neat & Tidy Eton Mess with blackberries and stem ginger whipped cream.

Saturday
Apr 15
8am | 7c
Season 1, Episode 5

Posh Nosh

Whether you're throwing a dinner party or just want to rustle up something a bit more special, Lorraine has it covered. From fancy nibbles - pancetta & parmesan puffs - to French onion and sage soup with big fat gruyere and mustard croutons, Lorraine's time saving tips make the meals look effortless. She conjures up gorgeous white chocolate lollipops with dried cranberries and white chocolate dipped cherries. Plus, Lorraine learns the secret to making the best Spanish doughnuts from a cook who has mastered the art of street food.

Saturday
Apr 15
9am | 8c
Season 1, Episode 6

Everyday Easy

Lorraine makes easy, delicious dishes that you can rustle up everyday. There's pan fried pork chops with a watercress, peach & stilton salad and a lemon ginger dressing and a simple Malaysian net bread that's great served with dips or curries. Lorraine also gives her simple take on chicken tikka masala with fluffy basmati rice and effortlessly perfect little bite size treats - peanut butter squares.

Saturday
Apr 15
9:30am | 8:30c
Season 1, Episode 6

Everyday Easy

Lorraine makes easy, delicious dishes that you can rustle up everyday. There's pan fried pork chops with a watercress, peach & stilton salad and a lemon ginger dressing and a simple Malaysian net bread that's great served with dips or curries. Lorraine also gives her simple take on chicken tikka masala with fluffy basmati rice and effortlessly perfect little bite size treats - peanut butter squares.

Tuesday
May 16
7am | 6c
Season 1, Episode 3

Simple Classics

Lorraine makes simple and classic recipes that have stood the test of time. From a twist on an Italian favourite, salmon saltimbocca with gremolata potatoes and crispy sage leaves: to pan fried mascarpone gnocchi with dreamy basil pesto - easy enough to knock up from scratch at home; Lorraine also creates irresistible port preserved cherries with cinnamon and orange; Gorgeous little warm Bramley apple pies; a tasty twister bread that anyone can have a go at; and her own twist on a traditional roast, whole roast perky peri peri chicken. For those with a sweet tooth, Lorraine's neat & Tidy Eton Mess with blackberries and stem ginger whipped cream.

Tuesday
May 16
8:30am | 7:30c
Season 1, Episode 2

Comfort Food

Packed full of comforting recipes that will make you smile inside and out. To start, a breakfast of ginger bread pancakes with parma ham and maple syrup; then a warming prawn linguine with chorizo and cabernet tomato sauce; a soft and satisfying butternut and sweet potato lasagne; shameless shortcut cookies and cream lollipops; tangy sweet and sour pork balls with crunchy peanut rice; and an indulgent chocolate mousse with raspberries. Plus Lorraine meets another inspirational street food vendor who is putting a modern spin on traditional Caribbean cooking.

Tuesday
May 16
9am | 8c
Season 1, Episode 1

Easy Entertaining

Lorraine shows us recipes that are perfect for a whole host of occasions, from an impromptu dinner with friends to fresh and fun party food.There's lemoncello jello shots; a good old fashioned burger with all the trimmings, and a mouth-watering mango, feta and avocado salad.

Tuesday
May 16
9:30am | 8:30c

Sticky Asian BBQ Chicken Wings with Sweet Corn Rice and Red Cabbage Slaw

Chicken Tikka Masala with Fluffy Basmati Rice

Good Old-Fashioned Burger with Rocket, Red Onions and Garlicky Potato Wedges

Maple-and-Balsamic-Glazed Lamb Chops with Mint, Toasted Almonds and Feta Couscous

Gingerbread Pancakes with Prosciutto and Maple Syrup

French Onion and Sage Soup with Big Fat Gruyere and Mustard Croutons

Pan-Fried Mascarpone Gnocchi with Dreamy Basil Pesto

Aussie Olive Damper Bread (Soda Bread's Antipodean Cousin)

About the Host

Lorraine Pascale

Lorraine Pascale turned her back on a successful modeling career and discovered a passion for cooking. She enrolled in Leith’s Diploma of Food and Wine course, and set about learning every aspect of food.