Here's his most recent one for pizza, from scratch.
The next step from buying a jar of sauce is to buy two tins of tomatoes and make sauce from them.
Buy whole tomatoes, not chopped ones. The beauty of using tinned tomatoes is that you can keep a few tins in the cupboard and always have the ingredients on hand for pizza. They last a long time - if you are like my mother, and ignore use-by dates, they will last until the next ice age.
Open the tin and drain the tomatoes. Let all the water go down the plug - it's just water, sugar and red colouring. Ignore it. Let it go. You are not wasting anything.
Get a strainer. Put on an old shirt. You might also want to stand on the lawn to do this. Put a tomato in your hand and squeeze it, squeezing out all the excess water. Sure as eggs, some of the water and seeds will squirt out and land on your shirt, so put on an old shirt. Some will also end up spraying all over the kitchen, which is why it is a good idea to go outside and do it.
This is one he did last week.
Cooking for blokes: Apple tart.
Grease your oven tray with something. Like margarine or butter. Not axle grease or sump oil.
Question - can I use that spray stuff in a can?
Answer - what do I care? Just grease the tray! Use your fingers! Work that stuff all over the tray!
Question - can I use baking paper?
Answer - baking what?