If the vegetables are good enough, there’s no reason to miss meat at all. Here is a eulogy to a few seasonal ones that Jamie’s gardener looks forward to.
Grow your own
There are lots of edible flowers out there; you may even be able to raid your own flowerbed. Here’s our no-nonsense guide – right from Jamie’s garden.
“Pick-your-own” is an organised form of foraging that beats any sweetshop hands down. Head down to your nearest this summer and go crazy in the fields.
Cameroon showcases some of the most varied African food, thanks for colonisation by Portugal, Britain and France, as well as a unique climate
If growing carrots sounds like a lot of faff, I assure you it’s worth it – you’ll never eat carrots as sweet or, well, carroty as ones you grow yourself.
While I might be at action stations – there is so much to do at this time of year – nothing happens very fast in the world of the parsnip.
Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about the history, planting and growing of those knobbly but tasty tubers, Jerusalem artichokes.
Many accompaniments to the traditional roast are harvestable now but some peaked early, and forward planning is needed for their inclusion.