that turn soup in to hearty meals in a bowl have come at just the right time for me. I would prefer to be curled up on the sofa by the fire on these cooler, darker evenings eating dinner from a bowl than sitting at the table. Tonight we shall be tucking in to "

". Why have I not done this before? Thanks Peter. If you have no leftovers, a bowl of

may be your soup of the day.

Soup of the day? Try a bowl of creamy cauliflower soup with blue cheese and thyme. Photo / Bite magazine
Soup of the day? Try a bowl of creamy cauliflower soup with blue cheese and thyme. Photo / Bite magazine

Everyone who dines at Parnell's Baruhlo restaurant says very good things. Ray McVinnie loves it and spent some time chatting with chef/owners Nico and Sarah in their kitchen as they made three favourite recipes to share with us. Moqueca (a Brazilian fish stew), roast carrots with chickpea puree - a favourite tapa on the Baruhlo menu, and South America's favourite biscuit, alfajores.

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Also from Baruhlo is the roast carrot with chickpea puree dish and South America's favourite biscuit the alfajores. Photos / Bite magazine
Also from Baruhlo is the roast carrot with chickpea puree dish and South America's favourite biscuit the alfajores. Photos / Bite magazine

Warren Elwin has the oven on for a warming set of one-dish bakes, the grilled fish and greens is appealing to me right now. The fruit cobbler too. For more of a special occasion dessert Megan May's raw cacao and espresso tart is suitably indulgent. Don't forget to send us your favourite slow-cooked recipe and be in to win our favourite Fagor Duo pressure cooker.

In Bite this week: Warren Elwin's grilled fish, Megan May's raw cacao tart and a delicious fruit cobbler. Photos / Bite magazine
In Bite this week: Warren Elwin's grilled fish, Megan May's raw cacao tart and a delicious fruit cobbler. Photos / Bite magazine