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Seasonal cooking

What’s in season and how to enjoy it!

What's in season for spring?

Spring has well and truly sprung. And with it comes a whole host of mouthwatering seasonal fresh produce from around the UK that’s guaranteed to put a spring in your step. From British classics like iconic Jersey Royal potatoes (so fresh and flavoursome they’re practically a meal in themselves) t...

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Chinese New Year recipes

In celebration of Chinese New Year, we've put together some easy recipes for Chinese food traditionally eaten at this important celebration...   Jiaozi dumplings Tasty, delicate dim sum eaten with chilli dipping sauce or soy sauce, and one of the major foods eaten during the Chinese New Year. Try...

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Get fruity this summer

Get fruity this summer with the fabulous array of long awaited British soft fruits.  Resident foodie Carla Mills tells us how to make the most of them by using our sweet, juicy and colourful berries in everything from breakfast dishes to desserts, salads and snacks. Swirl raspberries into crushed...

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The great British barbecue

Make the most of the warm weather and long weekends by enjoying classic alfresco dining with family and friends – so dust off the barbecue, grab some great value British meat and get cooking – our resident foodie Carla Mills tells you how…    BBQ chicken, meat and fish Marinate and skewer chunks ...

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Easy peasy: the life story of a pea

The humble frozen pea – nutritious, dependable and always available, zero preparation time and cooks within minutes. But the production is far from simple, and our farmers have been working long hours all summer to bring you the sweetest garden peas. Planting A select few of our farms on the east...

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In Season for May


Make the most of your spring cooking.
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Let's eat Italian


Learn how to make pasta.
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See how we grow


Learn about how we grow your food.
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