Recipes

This burnt salsa is hands down our favourite salsa recipe and couldn’t be easier to make. It’s a great side dish or light bite, perfect served with grilled meats, fish,  tacos, salads or just as a dip with nachos (so, pretty much everything)! When the...

Who doesn't love a pickle? We had an incredibly fun evening teaching a lucky few how to quick pickle the seasonal bounty of fruit and vegetables. There were some great concoctions and we certainly had an eye on a few of them for ourselves! We took...

These herbaceous plants with jagged leaves and covered in stinging hairs carpet any landscape that's left unkempt. The woodlands edge, banks of streams, dark corners of gardens and parkland are all places that nettles will thrive given half the chance. Luckily for us they are delicious...

Do you know a little someone who loves pancakes? We are huge advocates for getting our younger ones involved in the kitchen. Not only is it important to teach kids about where food comes from and how to prepare it, but it gives them valuable hands-on...

We're firm believers that duck is the king of meat when it comes to smoking. Smoked duck. As duck fat absorbs the smoke's flavour better than the meat itself, when smoked, the fat turns to butter and once sliced thinly - it doesn't last long in our house! We'd strongly...

Baking bread at home doesn't have to be difficult - flatbreads are super simple to make, quick to cook and taste delicious served straight from the pan. They're made from two main ingredients - self raising flour and natural yogurt - and you can add...

These slithers of beautifully hand sliced beetroot gin cured trout can be used in place of the usual smoked salmon to adorn your plate, the jewel in the crown for anything from a light snack to the most regal of eggs royale. There are so...

This is a superbly simple recipe - quick, flavoursome and slightly spicy. If you haven't got a smoker, we've got a how-to guide on how to repurpose an ammunition box into your very own portable smoker. The below recipe uses a really quick cure of 20 minutes,...

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