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.
Just after the peak root veg season, and before the bountiful months of spring greens, March is sometimes called the ‘hungry gap’ by gardeners.
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.
The golden month of harvest festivals and Halloween, October is all about crunchy apples, juicy pears, plump game birds, British nuts, wild mushrooms and – of course – pumpkins!
Eating seasonal vegetables is a great way to discover new flavours, keep your diet varied and save a bit of money, as veg in season is often more affordable.
With food and energy prices rising, it’s never been more important to stick to a food budget. But we know that can be tricky, so we’re here to help make your money go further with our handy guide to shopping on a budget. You don’t have to go out and buy all of these, but […]
As summer’s heat simmers down to more of an autumnal glow, all sorts of gorgeous British ingredients come into their own.
But it’s so much more than a jack-o’-lantern and, while it’s in all the supermarkets and in season, there’s no better time to enjoy its deliciousness. Pumpkin is an incredibly versatile vegetable to cook with – it can be boiled, steamed or roasted until wonderfully soft and caramelised. It’s also a great source of vitamin […]
Rhubarb is technically classed as a vegetable, but is commonly treated like a fruit, cooked in sugar to balance out its acidity and used in desserts. Having said that, it can be a game-changer in savoury dishes and goes beautifully with roast pork, lamb and duck, as well as oily fish such as salmon. There […]