Gluts & Gluttony

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Chard, goats’ cheese and spelt pizza

Chard. Honestly, if you grow nothing else, grow chard. It is bullet proof, prolific, long lasting, beautiful and, most importantly of all, tasty. Sow anytime March-August in shallow drills, thin the seedlings and wait. Just wait...

Pear and cardamom friands

I've pulled off my wellies, hung up my Barbour, scrubbed the soil out of my nails and headed to the big city of London this week where I'm teaching cookery classes for AEG at Taste of London Festive Edition...

A Glut of Courgettes Stuffed with Lamb

Warm and wet. We might not like this so-called English 'Summer', but to the courgette plant, this is heaven. There's a veritable pool party going on down in the patch...

Making Your Veg Pop & Other Food Styling Tips

I always say that if someone you’re cooking for says, “Wow!” when you put the food on the table there’s almost no chance they won’t enjoy eating it. That’s not say that cooks should worry about crockery and to hell with the salt...

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