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In The Kitchen

Winter warmer in January’s kitchen

Posted: 26th January 2021

Grate apple - web

Bramley apple overnight porridge It’s cold in the garden, but lovely gardening weather as long as you can stay off the grass! We’ve been doing some tidying up in the veg plot and pruning the fruit bushes and trees this week and once your body acclimatises it’s lovely to be out in the fresh, crisp […]

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Fish family Christmas fave in December’s kitchen

Posted: 17th December 2020

Enjoy picking parsnips now we've had the first frosts

Winter Root Veg Bake This root veg bake is a real favourite in our house and always appears on the Christmas table. I’ve just made ours and it will sit happily in the freezer until the big day – although obviously not so big this year so I’ve split it into two and will keep […]

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Apple delight in November’s kitchen

Posted: 20th November 2020

Apple & date oaty bars finished web

Our apple harvest has been great this year and we’ve been busy processing them over the last couple of weeks. We had a juicing session last weekend which has given us plenty of bottles to squirrel away, the freezer has loads of crumbles and puree ready to enjoy over the winter and the best keepers […]

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Fiery flavours in October’s kitchen

Posted: 31st October 2020

hallowe'en lantern

It’s a slightly different Hallowe’en in our village tonight. Usually by now we’ve had several knocks on the door as unrecognizable family groups walk round Trick or Treating in their ghoulish costumes! This year though lots of houses have decorated windows or garden gates with spiders, witches and pumpkins for families to spot as they […]

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Warm yourself in September’s kitchen

Posted: 25th September 2020

Red pepper & tomato soup web

It’s definitely soup weather here in North Yorkshire! Having said that the tomatoes have really benefited from the spell of lovely warm weather that we had earlier in the week and I’ve got a lot of fruits turning a lovely shade of crimson. The peppers have done quite well in the tunnel so I’ve managed […]

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