Jersey royals and asparagus are always a welcome reminder of spring, but nothing says British summertime quite like a bumper crop of home-grown soft fruits.
To celebrate the amazing pavlova, as well as Australia Day, we’ve knocked up some knock-out personal pavs with delicious topping ideas.
With so much fruit available in the UK, most of my everyday baking incorporates fruit in one way or another. Here are some of my favourite fruity recipes.
Breakfast is not only an incredibly important meal, but it’s a great starting point for kids when it comes to getting interested in food.
In South America this fruit is called pepino dulce (sweet cucumber), or even just pepino. Here, it’s seemingly just called a melon pear.
Cutting waste has never been so important, both for our pocket and world around us. There are many things we can do, it’s just knowing how.
It is with great pride that I announce that the small pomegranate tree, which lives in a big pot in the polytunnel, has set its first fruit.
Encouraging kids to enjoy fruit can be challenging. Holidays are a great time to experiment with recipes – these are bound to get thumbs up.