Personal preference reigns here. I love Greek mountain honey, which stretches as you lift it on the spoon – it never seems too sweet, but is full of fragrance with caramel overtones. That said, whichever honey you prefer, it’s a storecupboard must.
For a quick snack, spread with good butter on freshly baked bread or spoon over thick Greek yoghurt.
Fruit, cheese and the sweet-sour dressing of honey and vinegar makes this an absolutely unbeatable first course that couldn't be easier to put together.
Spicy jerk seasoning is a brilliant way to bring the sunshine taste of the Caribbean to everyday foods such as pork or chicken. The grilled pineapple salsa adds yet another tropical element to this summery recipe.
Marinated Chicken with Honey and Ginger served with Mango and Sultana Salsa and Saffron-roasted Potatoes
Limes, honey, mangoes, chilli and ginger do wonders for the humble chicken in this light and healthy supper dish, served with gorgeous golden saffron potatoes.
A holiday in Provence inspired Delia to borrow this recipe from her good friend, Di. Easy to make, it's packed with pepper flavour and is ideal with cold cuts and cheese.
This classic yeasty, fruity tea bread is traditional in Wales. During her Welsh childhood, Delia remembers it being spread with lots of butter at teatime. Easy and cheap to make, it keeps well and is a real treat.