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27/01/2022
Vegan Chocolate Orange Baked Oats

When it comes to my morning routine, I’m a creature of habit.  In the cold winter months, I’ll reliably be found wrapped up on the balcony with a slice of marmite peanut butter toast and a large mug of coffee. To my mind, there was really nothing better.  That is, until baked oats came along.  […]

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17/01/2022
Food: The Maker of Memories and a Foundation of Families

My fondest and earliest memories are the ones spent at my Grandma and Grandad’s house (known for years by me and my brother as “Grandma and Grandad with the chinchillas”, while my others were known as “Grandma and Grandad with the allotments”).

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13/01/2022
Sprouts Aren't Just For Christmas: Vegan Smashed Sprout Poppers with Spicy Miso Mayo

Many consider sprouts to be the Marmite of seasonal delicacies- you either love them or hate them.  Well, it’s tough at the top. You won’t get there without collecting a few haters. We couldn’t love sprouts more. Not only are they delicious, but they’re also filled with nutrients to get you through the winter months. […]

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24/12/2021
Rudolph's Pickled Red Nosed Spiced Red Cabbage

It's long been known that Spiced Red Cabbage is secretly Rudolph's favourite food, but did you know that he prefers it with a subtle hint of juniper? He also loves how the fruity sharpness that comes with pickling cut's so beautifully through your Christmas Dinner. Not to mention that this simple recipe can be done well in advance, saving loads of time and effort on the big day.

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15/12/2021
5 Mouthwateringly Good Christmas Leftovers Recipes.

For me, the most important thing about Christmas is all the glorious grub. From the Christmas Day feast and all those tremendous trimmings, to Boxing day Breakfast, It’s the one time of year when I really get to indulge in loads of fabulous food. I don’t like to scrimp on either quality or quantity, so inevitably there are plenty of leftovers which would be an absolute crime to waste.

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30/11/2021
Give Food Waste the Boot: Our 5 Easy Hacks for Fruit and Veg Scraps

Talking about food waste can be pretty rotten. But let's not chuck the conversation too soon- luckily, the solution doesn’t have to be so glum! We’ve compiled 5 of our favourite culinary and creative uses for food scraps, to help your family give your food waste habit the sack.  So how big is the problem?  […]

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30/11/2021
On the Catwalk: The Sexy Sprout Top Chorizo and Potato Soup

Straight from the farm to the catwalk is the sexy sprout top. Don't leave ...sprout haters - come back! This vibrant elegant purple-green leaved veg is a British winter wonder that tingle your taste buds. Don't believe us? Read on to find out more. This showstopping veg is loved by allotment goers for years but […]

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13/10/2021
Barmbrack: Haunting Irish Halloween Traditions You've Never Heard Of

Few cakes come with credentials as astounding as Brambrak. It's a traditional Irish Cake with a sizeable claim to fame- one slice will reveal your future.

Come Halloween, a Barmbrack would be baked, sliced and served amongst family and friends in almost every Irish home. But unlike a simple sponge, this cake had a mystical twist. Buried within the fruit-filled cake hide a number of charms- the baker's tools of divination. To find one within your slice was to steal a glance into your future.

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08/10/2021
How did Rosehips Help Us Win the War?

When it comes to flowers, there are few the brits love quite as much as the rose. Its beautiful blooms and breathtaking scent have enthralled the hearts of the nation for over half a millennia (since the Tudor Rose became our nation’s emblem), despite the bite of its sharp thorns. This love is shown in […]

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07/10/2021
Brace for the Turkey Nightmare before Christmas 2021.

t’s a bit of a cliche these days to say that Christmas comes earlier each year. In the Kitchen Table Revolution, we started preparing for yuletide festivities way back in January when we set aside a special jar of home-made marmalade. It continues throughout the year, having just bottled our stash of Sloe Gin and visited a pear tree (minus the partridge) to gather the main ingredients for this weekend's make; Rosehip and Pear Jelly (see recipe below). The perfect alternative to cranberry sauce to go with this year's Turkey.

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