Jenny’s Moroccan Pilaf in Marrow Rings

My Australian godmother Jenny can make a feast out of the most humble ingredients so when faced with a glut of ...

There’s No Such Thing as a Free Lunch…

…but some lunches are more free than others. Having an allotment encourages me to be a bit more creative with ...

Twice Baked Cheddar Soufflés with Asparagus and Wild Garlic Cream

Do you love soufflé but despair of making it at a dinner party because it always collapses before your guests are ...

How to Pick and Cook with Nettle

Nettles are free, grow by themselves and are said to be more nutritious than spinach. You can use nettles in any ...

Beetroot Risotto with Walnuts and Provolone

This mouth-watering risotto recipe is provided by Masterchef Semi-Finalist Ollie Hunter at The Wheatsheaf in Chilton ...

Cucumber Gazpacho

Very simple but tasty chilled summer soup from a friend in France. Ingredients One cucumber diced in medium pieces ...

Crunchy Kale Crisps

Kale is an incredibly nourishing vegetable. In fact I’d go as far as to say it’s one of the most nutrient dense ...

Stuffed Chard Leaves

Stuffed leaves are a popular dish in France and Germany but are served less often here. These are a real treat and ...

Wild Garlic Husto

Wild garlic (ramsons) is prolific in woodland areas from April – June and is a favourite leaf of mine to forage ...

Butternut Squash, Sweet Potato, Lentil and Ginger Soup

This  delicious soup is high in antioxidants from the squash, sweet potato and carrot and turmeric. Lentils provide ...