Righty-oh, the purpose of this thread isn't to say "look at me I'm the new Jamie Oliver" but to share easy-ish recipes. It doesn't matter if it involves supermarket sauces instead of whipping up your own and dont worry about weights and measures unless it is crucial to the recipe, just take it people will adjust the amount of ingrediants required for the amount of people they're cooking for. My started for ten is Moussaka. Ingrediants: 6 pack of beer/bottle of wine Potatos Eggplant/Aubergine Onion Mince Jar of belchemal sauce (white sauce that goes with lasagne) Jar of lasagne tomato sauce Cheese Crack a beer or open the wine, this takes awhile. Peel and boil the spuds, once done drain and set aside to cool. Slice the eggplant into 3/4 of a centimetre (ish) slices, salt then whack them in a colander with a weighted plate to try and squeeze the liquid out of them... dont get to hung up with this. Once you're bored of that lightly oil a baking tray and chuck the eggplant on it and put into the oven at about 180 degrees. Turn once and once done take out of the oven and set aside. In the meantime slice and dice the onion, fry it with the mince, once browned add the lasagne tomato sauce. You're probably on your 3rd beer by now. Slice the potato and put a layer at the bottom of your dish, next add a layer of mince then grated cheese followed by eggplant. Repeat Finally add a layer of white belchemal sauce and sprinkly grated cheese on top. Chuck it in the oven at 180 for half an hour or so, kick back and have a beer. Simples.