So I cooked my way through one recipe from each of the books.
Trying foods new to me,
Most were delicious, as the scones from this book for instance. Wow lemon drizzle scones, sticky but gorgeous, and well worth having to have a damp cloth nearby for sticky fingers.
I cooked from three of Jack's books, all with the results promised.
In fact the highlight recipe of the week was from Jack's second book 'A Year in 120 Recipes' and was the Autumn Pudding. How can stale bread and frozen fruit taste so good. This is definitely going to be a regular on my menu from now on.
Some recipes had lots of ingredients ...
... and some just had a couple. But I managed to cobble together everything I needed from what I had in store. I am still determined not to shop and to follow the Stay at Home rule.
I rounded off the Challenge with a recipe from this book yesterday and it has made me want to read it all over again. What a pretty book to look at both the cover and the photographs inside and it's full of such tasty recipes, which no doubt I will be making over the course of the next few days.
So thank you for following along, thank you so much to those of you who took the time to write comments. It's nice to know I wasn't completely alone in this.
See you soon with something completely different ... when I think of what it is.