We use produce from the garden to make our own food and drink. We’re sharing our seasonal recipes so you can try them too.
Sweet chestnuts are one of nature’s treasures. Here’s a recipe to turn these rich pickings into a delicious nut loaf.
What to do with a boring courgette? Try spicing it up into a hearty soup.
Spice up your veg with this delicious vegan curry.
Vegan, fresh and fragrant – homemade pesto sauce with a subtle nutty flavour and a lemony zing.
Here’s your next ‘something on toast’ fixation. And you had the ingredients in the cupboard all along.
We’re lucky to have three cherry trees in the orchard. Perfect for making Nanny’s lattice cherry pie.
With dandelions a-plenty at this time of the year why not give jam making a try with these beautiful yellow blooms.
A meat-free lasagne that’s even better than the ‘real’ thing!
A great curry for when you’re in a hurry. Easy, delicious and as hot as you like it.
This is comfort food like no-other! Who doesn’t love a plate of bangers and mash?!
Through my kitchen trials this recipe emerged; a fragrant, silky smooth and mildly spiced soup, making it the perfect warmer to keep you going on frosty winter days.
With soft, sweet figs and crisp, crumbly based wrapped in delicious frangipane – it’s one epic veggie dessert.
A versatile dish that can be eaten all-year round, warm or cold, as a main or side.
The sweet mushy apples combined with the crisp crumbly pastry make this a perfect warming desert on a cold evening.
I love spaghetti. Always have, always will. This recipe is packed with flavour and wholesome goodness.
This is a great recipe to use a glut of tomatoes. whether home-grown or shop bought. Prepared overnight a delicious, fresh soup for lunch.