Veg Box Newsletter 9th May: Tomatoes

Rarer but so valuable is the aromatic tomato, skin dusted with a fuzz so fine you can’t feel it with a finger but only when you bring the fruit to your lips. The smell alone conjures up the sense of warm sun shining on your upturned face: summer.

Veg Box Newsletter 2nd May: Parsnips

In the Veg Boxes This Week Subject to last minute changes Check out storage guidance for helpful tips and tricks on how to prolong the life of your fresh produce. If you’re wondering where your veg comes from, have a look at these maps. You can also join your fellow subscribers over in the Facebook group for lots of tips,…

Veg Box Newsletter 28th March: Cabbage

Having a veg box is mostly a lot of fun. Getting fresh seasonal veg delivered to your doorstep can help you stay in touch with where your food comes from and the work that goes into growing it. It can help you to be creative with how you cook, encouraging you to try new dishes and methods to make the most out of what’s growing. But when you’re short on time or energy, the imagination it takes to figure out what’s for dinner can be a little out of reach.

Veg Box Newsletter 28th March: Munch of the Month

Having a veg box is mostly a lot of fun. Getting fresh seasonal veg delivered to your doorstep can help you stay in touch with where your food comes from and the work that goes into growing it. It can help you to be creative with how you cook, encouraging you to try new dishes and methods to make the most out of what’s growing. But when you’re short on time or energy, the imagination it takes to figure out what’s for dinner can be a little out of reach.

Veg Box Newsletter 28th March: Same Old Brand New

It’s easy to be a bit tired of roots and brassicas by this time of year, anticipating the broad beans and asparagus, the radishes and salad leaves that the summer is marked by. The days are longer and brighter, and we’re starting to crave meals that match.

Veg Box Newsletter 21st March: Potatoes

We may imagine potatoes as being an old fashioned homely sort of vegetable, and get bored of them, but they have taken root everywhere they have travelled to, and found a welcoming home in all the pots and pans of the earth.