Cold, iced coffee is often associated with whipped cream and artificial syrups, but try this cold brew coffee recipe and they’ll fall into distant memory.
All I can suggest when eating alfresco is to try to keep things as easy as possible focusing instead on high quality ingredients and a beautiful setting.
When the sun comes out and you’re in a rush before the next hailstorm, you might not have a barbecue to hand, but we’ve got that problem sorted.
On a hot day there’s nothing more reviving than homemade lemonade, and because this strawberry lemonade recipe is sugar-free it’s the perfect summer drink.
We aren’t trying to take the fun out of outdoor dining – just make it even more fun by mixing thing up a bit while making it healthier too. Win-win.
Everyone is ditching the dinner table to take their meals al fresco, this summer, but what about getting your hands into outdoor cooking as well?
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.
The sun above, the grass between your toes, a sandwich in your hands, and half the fillings in your lap… Well, these picnic breads might help with that.
“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.
Believe it or not, this isn’t snobbiness; lager simply can’t stand up to barbecued meat. Here are three styles that will blow the lid off your barbie.