For many of us, spring has sprung early in a hazy, temperate, slightly concerning February. But now it’s March, and the saturation dial is eking up the chart from pale primroses to sunshine yellow daffs. The winter stores beginning to dwindle, but the yellow carrots, dug in November, are still crunchy. This is the second … Continue reading Carrot and Saffron Soup
Honey was harvested from our strongest hive last August, it was the first honey we had taken from our bees, and opening a jar now is like delving straight back into Summer. With Christmas indulgence still a recent memory, albeit a haze of clinking glasses, mince pies, and roast potatoes, it's hard to fathom more … Continue reading Honey, Pear, Almond Cake
|Oh kale yeah| In the bleak mid winter when there is far less growing, I give the hefty title of garden king to the wonder-food kale
|You make my heart beet| A simple, delicious and vibrant dish that looks outrageously charming too...