This month Phil is making a real no-fuss dinner party centre piece to celebrate the fruit of the season.
From July we can all start to enjoy British raspberries at their very best.
According to Botanists, Blueberries have been around for more than 13,000 years. Although it is the recent rise of the ‘superfood’ that has seen this fruit really come into its own.
Not so long ago bakers were encouraged to look abroad for quality flour but now the flour used to create the wonderful richly flavoured crumbs and chewy crusts is all down to the vast range of quality British flour available.
It’s that time of year when salads are a must, whether you are having an alfresco lunch with friends, bbq with the family, or packing a picnic for the beach.
Summer is all about barbeques and al fresco dining. Try barbequing succulent fillets of wild Alaska salmon with lemon and tarragon and serving them with a deliciously healthy roasted courgette, pepper, aubergine and lentil wild rice salad, dressed in a zingy garlic vinaigrette.
Whether you’re watching Wimbledon from Centre Court or your armchair this year, you’ll need something to keep up your strength in the heat of match-point tension.
Just one nibble of a fairy cake and you’re transported back to your childhood. The basic recipe is incredibly simple, but once you start indulging in elaborate toppings you’ve got the makings of a feast fit for any time of day – lunch, afternoon tea, picnics and, of course, children’s birthday parties.
With everyone working harder than ever at the moment, the long leisurely lunch break appears to be a thing of the past. You may find yourselves lucky if you are able to grab 15 minutes halfway through the day, and even then, how many times do you stay at your desk catching up on household bills or emails from friends?
From picnics in the parks to barbecues in the back garden, one of the best things about summer is al fresco dining.
TV presenter, writer and British icon Janet Street Porter is fronting Red Tractor Week, which celebrates 10 years of 'Great Food and Great Farming'.
Parents are increasingly recognising the importance of offering their child a balanced, nutritious diet in order to promote healthy growth and development.
This St George’s Day, why not get your friends and family round and celebrate in style. In this video Levi Roots takes on a classic English dish - Cottage Pie. Or you can always try making this dish for any time of the year, when you feel like indulging in some traditional English comfort food with a taste of Caribbean sunshine.
British mums do the equivalent of three hours work every day before they’ve even left home for the office, new research by Hovis shows. From getting the kids dressed to making the beds there’s a lot of time and energy lost to basic household duties which means something usually have to give way.
If Jamie Oliver’s portrait of Morocco and its amazing food on Channel 4 last this week has whetted your appetite, why not visit with Fleewinter and learn to cook traditional meals while you are there?
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