Wine importer Hix & Buck, has identified its Cuvée des Helviens as an ideal accompaniment to a Leek and Cheddar tart served on a bed of red cabbage ragout recipe from The Hutch, a new vegetarian restaurant that has just opened in Canterbury.
Its National Sausage Week, so to celebrate food archaeologist Alan Coxon has dug up a recipe for skinless sausages.
Flex your muscles, there's a new veg in town. In time for Hallowe'en, Waitrose is launching the mighty Sumo pumpkin, up to five times the size of their regular pumpkin!
It’s official, Game season has arrived, and with it comes an array of culinary delights – in particular, the partridge, now available in-store at Waitrose.
Striking a balance between work and home life can be tricky. In fact in a busy modern world, it’s hard to stick to a routine meaning important things such as meals can often be neglected.
With summer in full swing, now is the time to be looking and feeling your best.
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?
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