Week 17: Bakewells for Bex

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Serves 9 Last year summer blessed us with a heavenly crop of raspberries. Nothing beats eating raspberries fresh from the bush, but I like to keep some of the harvest aside to make a special store cupboard item. Making a batch of homegrown raspberry jam preserves that bright summer flavour when the cold weather sets in. Preserving fruits and vegetables ... Read More

Week 16: Red Wine Lamb Shanks

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Serves 4  Our first lamb recipe! And what better time could there be than spring. One of the greatest joys of the season is seeing new born lambs joyfully springing without a care in the world. Unfortunatly there joy turns in to our joy served up for Sunday lunch, but hey, thats life. Anyway if you can get over the thought ... Read More

Week 15: Poached Salmon and Broccoli Quiche

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Serves 6 Broccoli without a doubt is my favourite vegetable, easy to cook, but bursting with fresh flavours. It is often served as side dish, but this recipe elevates it to the star of the show. Our broccoli has just started to come through in our garden. The variety we grow is called purple sprouting, and indeed it is a ... Read More

Week 14:Rhubarb and Vanilla Cheesecake

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Serves 10 Spring is springing in our garden and what a joy it is to see the prettiest pink stalks of rhubarb sprouting up through the earth. Our first glimpse of colour after the winter is a refreshing sight. Rhubarb is one of my favourite flavours, it is tart, fresh and full of aromatic sweetness. We have a dedicated rhubarb ... Read More