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Crudités need to be both cut and served as quickly as possible

Mark Hix recipe: Crudités

Serves 4-6

Mark Hix recipe: Beetroot tartare

Serves 4
Raw duck with prawn ‘quackers'

Mark Hix recipe: Raw duck with prawn 'quackers'

Serves 4, as a starter
Scallops with Ocho Blanco tequila
Crudités need to be both cut and served as quickly as possible

Mark Hix recipes: From crudités to scallops, beetroot to duck - sometimes the best dishes are served cold

If the ingredients are good enough, keep the cooker switched off, advises our chef

Mark Hix recipes: Our chef's 10-minute sumptuous savoury tart recipes

Tarts don’t have to be taxing, says our man in the kitchen. Avoid all the huffing and puffing with good-quality, pre-made pastry, topped off with sun-dried tomatoes, field mushrooms – or even a full English breakfast

Sea Spinach and mushroom tart (left) and tomato tart

Mark Hix recipe: Tomato tart

Serves 4

You can vary the topping on Mark's Full English tart

Mark Hix recipe: Full English tart

Serves 4
Sea Spinach and mushroom tart (left) and tomato tart
Nice fit: Mark's field mushroom tart

Mark Hix recipe: Field mushroom tart

Serves 4
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