Blood Orange Salad Recipe

One of the highlights if the citrus fruit season is Blood Oranges. Recently in our shops and veg box deliveries we have had lots of Tarocco blood oranges from Italy. These are the most popular in that country, renowned for their sweet flavour and juiciness. Blood oranges are a natural hybrid and their distinctive colour…

Slow-cooker Red Cabbage

Red cabbage is one of those items on a Christmas dinner that brings things alive and is a great contrast to the richness of goose fat potatoes and thick gravy. This version was shared by Saoirse (writer of our newsletter and email champion) in our Christmas recipe book last year. It is really festive &…

Turnips Baby!

I find myself surprised to be raving about turnips but rave I am going to! Those baby turnips we have been getting from Gordon Caldwell are so good. I have never tasted such sweet, succulent turnips. I have seen some comments on the Facebook group that some of our subscribers don’t like turnips and are…

Radish Stew Recipe

My grandad was obsessed with radishes. In summer he used to wonder around eating them like apples and I could never understand why. To my young palate they were too hot and peppery and I did not like them. When I got older and more interested in food I found radishes bland. By that time…

Roast Butternut Squash Quinoa Salad with Sage and Walnuts

A Match Made In Heaven It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of butternut squash, and pairing it with sage is peak butternut enjoyment. The great thing about this dish is that it can be enjoyed both warm and cold, meaning that leftovers for lunch are as quick as can be! This dish makes…

Roast Kohlrabi and Butternut Squash

What can’t you do with kohlrabi? Pickled, roast, raw, pureed… kohlrabi is an incredibly versatile vegetable! It adds a really lovely texture to dishes even when roasted, akin to a roast radish. A bit peppery, soft yet still crisp, it also makes a great addition to soups and stews. One day 2 of leftovers (I…