Wild garlic is free in a wood, field or meadow near you. So what better way to use this abundant and wonderful spring leaves than in a simply moorish wild garlic pesto? You get the greens and the garlic in one.
I am making up for my lack of duck recipes with this Baharat spiced roast duck served with an orange and pomegranate couscous salad.
This roasted duck and noodle salad with a whole helping of crunchy vegetables is pretty easy to put together but these simple flavours combined pack a real good punch.
Gressingham are kindly giving one you guys the chance to win a hamper of their delicious meat in time for Easter.
Hodmedod’s are giving away a huge hamper of their products worth £30.
This one-pot venison sausage casserole recipe with borlotti bean and fennel seed is a simple and tasty way to keep out the winter chill.
The Wild Meat Company are giving one of my readers the chance to win a hamper of meat for Christmas worth £40. You can choose various meats from a wild boar joints, venison sausages, chicken, goose or one of those two bird roasts.
One of the things I like about Suffolk is the fact that it is so varied. It ranges from heathland to forest, has some of the most fertile farmland in the country, and a stunning coast. Which means that the county produces a wide variety of delicious food. This food all comes together in a celebration of Suffolk (and East Anglian) food in the Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival.
A healthy chocolate hummus recipe that is great for summer and guilt free snacking.
This local to me pub / restaurant, set in a quite rural road in the beautiful Suffolk countryside, is all about the food. As is glorious local food. I like that as I am looking through their menu, I can pretty much map where all the main things come from. Yes, Suffolk is gloriously on the menu at the British Larder.