February 9, 2018

The following article should be digested with a bucket of salt in order to improve its taste. We are afraid to say that this piece contains crude, largely unscientific, but ultimately thought-provoking information that some readers may find distasteful.

Over the last de...

February 4, 2018

We often forget that we are part of a much larger ecosystem and that our poor health so often results in a poor environment as well. Nowhere is this more apparent than in our relationship towards food. Now, more than ever, we are drowning in food, the supermarkets are...

Easily overlooked in the greengrocer’s, these knobbly little roots are as useful as your bag of potatoes. If you think about them in similar terms, a whole world of dishes opens up. Roasted, fried, mashed, blended into a soup; there is little that the jerusalem articho...

Forced rhubarb spends the winter in darkness, with growers traditionally harvesting only by candlelight. Whilst the rhubarb season does now stretch right through to late summer, it’s still worth preserving a little of forced rhubarb’s early magic.

When diluted with...

Much like most of us have wanted to for the last week, new season rhubarb has been spending the winter hibernating in the dark, as growers traditionally only harvest by candlelight. It’s a truly ancient plant, and one of the few UK grown vegetables to be given Pro...

It’s a case of two for the price of one with recipes this week. I wanted to do a quick pickle recipe, to show how simple preserving foods can be. After the indulgence of Christmas, it’s quite usual to crave some fresh and simple flavours in January and a tangy pickle s...

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