Currants – black, red and white This article is very much for gardeners as you will find it difficult to buy redcurrants and nigh impossible to… read more
Our Gooseberry Heritage Each year, on the first Tuesday in August, the oldest surviving gooseberry show takes place at Egton Bridge in North… read more
A Taste of Scotland Scotland demonstrates a sense of place in its food that is far less evident in England. read more
Whortleberries, a foragers reward After fungi, Whortleberries are my favourite foraged food. Difficult and hazardous to gather, the reward is something that money can't… read more
Make the Most of Summer Food Ensuring you don't miss out on the seasonal treats that make a perfect British Summer. read more
Smells good enough to eat 80% of the taste experience is linked to the sense of smell and now is the perfect time to introduce… read more
Take a bow Mr Markwick This coming Saturday, 28th July 2012, Stephen Marwick will hang up his apron for the final time after 35 years… read more
Herb of the Month – Calendula How one young couple took their first steps into farming and the magical healing properties of Calendula. read more
Oily Fish – Are you getting enough? You may have noticed that my food articles don’t contain too many health claims.  There is so much conflicting advice… read more

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