Radish Stew Recipe

My grandad was obsessed with radishes. In summer he used to wonder around eating them like apples and I could never understand why. To my young palate they were too hot and peppery and I did not like them. When I got older and more interested in food I found radishes bland. By that time…

Black Garlic Recipe

We’ve got an exciting new ingredient in the veg box shop this week. Black garlic is a really handy store cupboard ingredient and it tastes like nothing else. It is versatile enough to add to almost any cuisine to give sweetness and complexity, it doesn’t really taste like garlic. This black garlic comes from Spain….

Palestinian Vegetable Fritters Recipe

I am currently obsessed with the book Falastin by Sami Tamimi and Tara Wrigley. Its a beautiful book full of nostalgic meals, inspiring food stories and the history of a place which most of us probably don’t know that much about – Palastine. I love to travel and like most of us I am missing…

Roast Butternut Squash Quinoa Salad with Sage and Walnuts

A Match Made In Heaven It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of butternut squash, and pairing it with sage is peak butternut enjoyment. The great thing about this dish is that it can be enjoyed both warm and cold, meaning that leftovers for lunch are as quick as can be! This dish makes…

Roast Kohlrabi and Butternut Squash

What can’t you do with kohlrabi? Pickled, roast, raw, pureed… kohlrabi is an incredibly versatile vegetable! It adds a really lovely texture to dishes even when roasted, akin to a roast radish. A bit peppery, soft yet still crisp, it also makes a great addition to soups and stews. One day 2 of leftovers (I…

Pickled Kohlrabi with Garlic and Chilli

What is this thing? When I first saw a head of kohlrabi I really didn’t know what to make of it. Was it a potato? A turnip? A radish? I have since discovered that its name means cabbage turnip, and that feels pretty spot on for this brassica. It has a mild sweet flavour with…