16/02/2021
Parenting: MUMMMMY I Only want to eat Pink today Please!! Barbie Vomit?

I can't help it I  HATE well meaning parenting blogs. I find mysef listening to their parenting advice wondering if they have ever met a small child. Let alone had lunch with these tiny but fierce magnifcient creatres. Their big smiling grins turning to intorabe rage if a pea dares to touch ANOTHER pea on […]

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16/02/2021
Duncans Surprisingly Powerful Nutty Jerusalem Artichoke Risotto.

Duncans Nutty Jerusalem Artichoke Risotto. The Jerusalem Artichoke is not the best looking looking plant but the health benefits and taste of this remarkable tubar makes it deserve a place on your dinner plate. The flavour creating by the Jerusalem Artichoke really does burst onto the plate and elevate any dish. It took its well […]

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16/02/2021
Steamy Saucy Sardines: The Shimmering Creatures of the Sea

Shimmering its Scales on the Catwalk this week is the very Steamy Saucy Sardine. Sardines are a pint sized fish that grow no bigger than 25cm. That doesn't stop them from playing a goliath role in marine ecosystems around the world from Peru to Philippines. They are a sight to be seen in the Ocean. […]

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02/02/2021
Dig for Victory Kale Pesto - The Perfect Way to Satisfy Afternoon Winter Cravings

  Kale is is the perfect way to satisfy your afternoon winter cravings. I absolutely love wandering out to our garden to harvest it and make my  Dig for Victory Kale Pesto. It makes me feel like I am Queen Bee of the Garden and Ballroom. I also love how Kale became one of the […]

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02/02/2021
On the Catwalk: Roasted Sexy Swede with Maple Syrup and Thyme

Strutting its stuff on the catwalk this week is the Sexy Swede. It may not have the  elegance of an asparagus or the beauty of a beetroot but its sexiness comes from within. Duncans' Roasted Sexy Swede with Maple Syrup and Thyme recipe is divine. We were delighted to see this rather ugly, knobbly shaped […]

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20/01/2021
Seasons: Why should you bother eating the seasons?

We live in a country with amazing produce that changes with the seasons. Yet we often end up eating the same ten meals all year round. This happens for lots of reasons from time pressure to the way food is presented in our supermarkets. They shape and reinforce our repeat behaviour buying habits.  We end […]

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