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COMFORTING CHICKEN BROTH WITH PEARL BARLEY, GINGER AND WATERCRESS

MAIN DISHES / EAT TO BE HEALTHY / WINTER
20 MINS

Quick to prepare, this comforting chicken broth recipe is a great example of a nourishing, wholesome meal which can be ready in a matter of minutes. Chicken broth is a traditional cold remedy, soothing for anyone suffering from winter coughs, while the steam brings instant comfort to blocked airways. We use watercress here for a […]

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Vanilla Rice Pudding with Apple and Blackberry Compote

AUTUMN

You will probably think this method of making rice pudding looks difficult because it is done in a bain-marie – i.e. in a bowl over a pan of simmering water – but in fact it is much easier than on a hob, as you barely have to stir it, and you don’t have to watch […]

6 HRS

Raw Hot Cross Bites

SWEET / EAT TO BE HEALTHY / EASTER

For a healthy twist, try our raw hot cross bites with spices, fruit, walnuts, honey and coconut oil – an excellent source of slow-release energy to keep you fuelled throughout the most challenging Easter egg hunts…

3 HRS

Hot Cross Buns (or Hot Cross Loaf)

EASTER

The hot cross bun is one of the most iconic British baked goods – dating as far back as Saxon times. The idea for a hot cross ‘loaf’ came from the youngest member of Head Baker Eric Duhamel’s team, Matthew Dunning. This recipe uses subtle levels of spices with just a touch of cloves, which […]

Wild Rice, Red Cabbage, Apple and Toasted Cobnuts Salad

AUTUMN

From mid to late August through to September, we can gather cobnuts, the cultivated version of wild hazelnuts, from the trees around the farm – you have to be quick, though, to beat the squirrels. In season you should be able to find the nuts in shops, greengrocers and markets. If you can’t find cobnuts, […]

Griddled Butternut Squash, Goat’s Cheese and Olive Salad

AUTUMN

We make this with soft, creamy Oddington goat’s cheese. It is a salad that plays on the contrast of colours and looks stunning layered up, rather than tumbled together.

 

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