It's the start of a new week which means it's time to figure out what to cook.

Our food cravings have inspired this list, based on recipes we've been posting on the site lately. The five dishes below are ones we know we'll cook again and again, so try them out with us and let us know what you think!

Rhubarb, rosewater and pistachio galettes

F&W editor Dee Laffan interviewed Clodagh McKenna recently (keep an eye on the site to see the interview soon) while over in London and had a sneak peek at these gorgeous rhubarb galettes. As rhubarb is in season right now, we're excited to whip up these treats this week. Click here for the recipe.

Pulled pork with celeriac slaw and homemade barbecue sauce 

Our recent back to basics feature took a close look at pork shoulder and ever since then, we can't stop thinking about pulled pork. This recipe from Niall Hill is ideal for a crowd and is easily customisable; don't like celeriac? Substitute it for red cabbage. Don't fancy a pulled pork bap? Serve it with a pile of crispy potatoes and green veg. Try the recipe here.

Turkey Bang Bang Salad With Udon Noodles

Our pantry staples guide gave us serious cravings for this turkey bang bang salad from Takashi Miyazaki. While he uses leftover Christmas turkey in this recipe, we think it would work very well with leftover chicken too. Try the recipe here

Homemade Flatbreads with Baked Cooleeney Camembert

Is there anything more satisfying than dipping fresh bread into melted cheese? We don't think so! Try your hand at baking with this flatbread recipe from Ethna Reynolds, it works so well with the Cooleeney cheese and is perfect for a supper-time treat. Get the recipe here.

Espresso Coffee Crème Brûlée

If you're looking for a delicious dessert recipe, then you need to try this espresso coffee crème brûlée recipe from Edward Hayden. With just the right hit of coffee, this dessert is the perfect way to end a dinner party. Try out the recipe here.

What are you planning to cook this week? Let us know in the comments below.