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In The Kitchen

Last of the asparagus in June’s kitchen

Posted: 9th June 2019

Aspargus risotto - Pour wensleydale sauce on top

Our asparagus is just about coming to its natural end. Martin usually says June 21st the longest day, to stop picking but we started early because of the warm weather so it’s time to give it a good rest. We’ve had a fantastic crop – in fact in the middle of May we had some for […]

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Mad for rhubarb in May’s kitchen!

Posted: 6th May 2019

Rhubarb crumble

We’ve had a great time over the weekend giving our ‘Gardening on the Menu’ talk to visitors to RHS Harlow Carr. We were based in the fantastic Kitchen Gardens there and were giving tips and ideas for growing and cooking some seasonal fruit and veg. Of course rhubarb featured heavily and Francesco, one of the […]

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St Patrick’s Day fun in March’s kitchen!

Posted: 17th March 2019


Martin asked me to do the ‘Bake of the Day’ for Radio York a couple of weeks ago – ‘something with Guiness in’ was the only stipulation as it was St Patrick’s Day! Of course it had to have some fruit or veg in it so I opted for this apple and ginger cake with […]

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Cauly fan in February’s kitchen

Posted: 25th February 2019


I’ve never really been a fan of cauliflower cheese until recently and now I’ve got the taste for it I’m hooked! It’s really easy to make, is really filling and tasty and can be adapted in all sorts of ways. I love adding bacon to the sauce, it gives it a whole new dimension! I […]

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Add some colour in December’s kitchen

Posted: 30th November 2018

Finished 1

I love coleslaw, especially with all the festive leftovers and a bit of bubble and squeak and I like to make one with a bit of extra colour to show off on the Christmas table! Use some red cabbage in the mix with some red pepper and red apple to add a bit of excitement […]

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