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Seasonal Recipes

Southern Apple Crisp

I’m certain in another life I was a southern belle.
The food, the music, the scenery, the outdoors…goodness gracious – there’s nowhere in America I’d feel more at home than down south. 1,013 more words


May's Seasonal Vegetable - Runner Beans


Fresh, young runner beans are a gem amongst the many wonderful vegetables available during the British summer. At their best they are at once tender, succulent and bursting with flavour. 416 more words


May's Seasonal Vegetable - Asparagus

A serious contender for heavyweight champion of the eat the seasons year, the asparagus season is tantalizingly brief but the quality is frequently exceptional. Asparagus deteriorates relatively quickly after picking, which is why freshly picked English asparagus is to jet-lagged imported asparagus what dining at Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons is to eating a microwaved frozen Chicken Tikka Masala on your lap in front of the TV. 437 more words


Other Utensils, Other Gods: Jelly-Vision

Haw Jelly

Hawthorn bushes are fit to bursting at this time of year! Dean found this cracking Haw Jelly recipe here.

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One a penny, two a penny...my best hot cross buns yet.......

I love baking bread, tinkering with the recipe slightly to create different tasting loaves….and while I’m happy to make a fruity loaf any old time of the year, I only make Hot Cross buns for Easter or Ostara weekend….. 1,070 more words

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April's Seasonal Vegetables - Jersey Royal's


The fabulous flavour of Jersey Royal new potatoes arises from the unique growing conditions on the island (see below). A true seasonal gem, around 99% of the crop is exported to the UK and the rest are enjoyed by the Jersey inhabitants. 302 more words