A Winter herb grown from May to October this herb is used across the world in a variety of dishes. It has a strong flavour and therefore should be used sparingly. It works well with pork (especially sausages) and chicken. In addition to flavour it also has healing properties – its name derives from the […]
Parsnips are not just a Christmas vegetable (like sprouts!) they really are a superfood. They are a good source of insoluble fibre (keeping you regular…) and high in Vitamin C and K. They are a really versatile vegetable, you can add them to potato mash especially for dishes such as Shepherd’s Pie.
Cauliflower cheese has traditionally had a really bad press. I think it goes back to the old days of school meals where it was served overcooked so mushy and certainly not cheesy. I think the secret is down the cheese sauce and once you have nailed this you can use it in so many other […]
The apples are starting to fall off the trees so here’s a super easy and quick recipe to use them up. We often also put them in our fruit & veg boxes. You can also add other fruits such as Blackberries or some Rhubarb to make this a mixed fruit crumble. Alternatively, if […]