We’ve all been victim to a mushy banana, rock-hard mango or tasteless melon at one point or another… but there are a few simple signs that can tell you when fruit is at its best. And once you know what to look for, you’ll be able to pick perfectly ripe fruit every time, and cut down on what you throw away. Win-win!
When summer arrives in the UK (and as the season develops into autumn), a whole host of gorgeous fruit comes into its own. From popular summer staples like strawberries and raspberries to lesser-known gems like loganberries and gooseberries – there really is an abundance of British fruit to try.
It’s strawberry season, which can only mean one thing – Wimbledon! Get your mates together and celebrate with these six gorgeous strawberry recipes.
Gorgeous tomatoes, earthy beetroot and super-fresh runner beans are all at their best in July. Make the most of them with our delicious recipes.
When the full heat of summer hits, there’s nothing better than a super-juicy watermelon to cool down. And, in fact, when the British weather has a wobble, there’s nothing better than a joyful watermelon to re-conjure the spirit of summer! So, no matter what colour the skies, tuck into these glorious watermelon dishes and feel a burst of sunshine.
The days are getting warmer, nights are getting shorter and soon markets will be fit-to-burst with gorgeous summer produce. Cooking with what’s in season is an absolute joy in June, so we’re championing a few seasonal stars and showing you some of the best ways to enjoy them.
May is blooming marvellous! Full of fresh flavours, sweet young shoots and some real British gems. It’s a month for lighter dishes that suit the brighter days… and we love it! Check out this month’s Jamie magazine for loads of ideas for the best things to eat this month. Here are three to get you started.
Spring is in the air and the garden is waking up! We’re so excited to dive into all the beautiful early summer produce, which is ripening at this very moment. And right now, some real Great British gems are at their very best.