Seasonal produce

Our Food and Beverage Director, Ed Loftus, recently spoke to Foodspark.com, to explain exactly how we source the best ingredients for our menus. “We rarely buy off the shelf and we’re always looking for young, relatively new start-ups to work with” he explains. Our welfare bible As well as highlighting some of our wonderful suppliers Read the full article…

Knowing how to cook with seasonal ingredients brings loads of added benefits. Food can be a little bit cheaper in season, rather than when it’s being cultivated out of season. Plus, ingredients are likely to have travelled shorter distances if they’re in season in the UK. Learning how to cook with seasonal ingredients means you Read the full article…

Here are three fantastic February ingredients, in season right now, and our favourite ways to cook them. Leeks Fragrant and versatile, leeks are at their best in the early months of the year. Use them as a base in soups or make them the hero and serve in this indulgent three-cheese dish! Rhubarb Forced rhubarb Read the full article…

Here are 3 of our favourite January ingredients, and some delicious ideas for how to cook with them. Beetroot Let’s face it, January can be a bit dark and gloom, so a big vibrant hit of purple beetroot is exactly what we need! This Parsnip and beetroot gratin turns a stunning pink in the oven, Read the full article…

November is a month for getting ahead, and whether you’re baking a festive pudding or making a start on those edible gifts, a day or two in the kitchen now will save you a load of time (and stress!) come December.