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Aubergine Soup

Turkish Inspired Aubergine Soup with Dry Toasted Almonds

It’s a sombre grey wet and grim looking day, secretly I’m very pleased that the rain has finally arrived. The forest is dry and my garden is suffering too.

My …

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Jerusalem Artichoke and Roasted Garlic Soup

When Abigail Lawson joined our chef’s team I was sceptical at first as she had just recently graduated from Leiths. I have old fashioned views on how a cook should …

Roast Pork Croquette with Honey-Roasted Parsnips

We all love a good roast and I am sure I am not the only one who has been stuck for ideas on how to use up leftovers. This recipe …

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Wild Hedgerow Apple Jelly

Visiting the in- laws and walking Duke the Labrador puppy on Christmas day was an experience in itself. We came across a wild apple tree that had just about dropped …

Partridge, Fig and Salted Caramel Walnuts

Autumn is coming to a close and winter is starting to settle in. The central heating has to be turned on and the frost is is looming. The sloes are …

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Lunch by Brett Graham, The Ledbury

As we had a little break we wanted to make the most of every day. Crazy how fast time flies when you are having fun!

So on the first available …

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Malay Chicken Curry Kebabs

After such an appalling summer  last year, it took some time for me to realise that we are actually having a brilliant one this year. I grab every opportunity to …

Warm Treacle Cider Ham Hock Spring Barley Salad with Rumpy Rolls

It’s mid May and the height of spring, but with the chill in the air it hardly feels seasonal. All the signs are there with the British Asparagus season in …

Goose Egg on Springstep Dairy Smoked Goats Cheese Potato Rosti

I was harping on about my great find, the Great Garnets Farmers Market a few weeks ago and I have promised to make something rather delightful with the goose eggs …

Potato, Onion and Goat’s Cheese Puff Pie

This recipe is one of those quick and easy recipes that came about by accident. Well, the discovery is a good one and once we started making it we realised …

A Tasting of Game

It’s a feather and fur feast here at the British Larder Suffolk, as we celebrate the game fortnight between the 6th and 20th of November. In honour of this we …

Smoked Haddock Kedgeree, Quails Eggs and Curried Mayonnaise

Another month has come and gone, I have been rather slow with releasing recipes for the website.  Rightfully so I have been reminded about the lack of ‘action’ by a …

Choux Buns Filled with Cinnamon-baked Damsons and Vanilla Cream

The mornings are becoming crisp and are verging on actually being fairly cold, as autumn is settling in and my damson trees are starting to lose their leaves. There are …

Mulberry and Adnams Gin Bakewell Tart

Mulberries are fruits from my childhood. Mum has a large upside down mulberry tree in her front garden. It came in handy when I had silk worms as the leaves …

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Date Slice with Earl Grey Tea Bananas and Stem Ginger Ice Cream

Sticky toffee pudding is as British as British could be.

I have eaten many sticky toffee puddings in my lifetime and have found that more than once the texture is …

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Date and Rum Bon Bons

Naughty but nice comes to mind when I make these Date and Rum Bon Bons. They do remind me of Christmas with their alcoholic kick and the fruity fudgy texture …

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Venison and Smoked Pancetta Meatballs with Curly Kale and Parsnip Mash; Red Onion Gravy

Autumn is well and truly upon us and it’s time to indulge in the hearty and homely dishes that makes this season that little bit more interesting.The Game season has …

Hot Cross Buns, Cardamom and Golden Sultana

Oh it’s that time of the year again to enjoy hot cross buns. The smell of them baking in the hot oven definitely provokes fond childhood memories. It’s a clear …

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Quince Brule Tarts

Quinces were introduced to Britain during the late 16th century from the Mediterranean. It made its appearance at the end of a large banquet, as it  helped with the digestion …

Beetroot Soup with Horseradish Cream

Beetroot is one of the much-loved vegetables in our household, and consequently, we often cook with it and our menus frequently feature beetroot in various guises. Ruby, golden or candy-striped …

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Strawberry Crunch and Pomegranate Marshmallows

I learned how to make marshmallows at college and the memory of the sticky mess has stayed with me for many years. So one day,when my good friend Fabien and …

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Curly Kale and Mung Bean Slaw

I have eaten and made lots of coleslaw in my life but so far have not made cabbage taste so good as this recipe. I’m pretty pleased with myself. I …

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Gooseberry Ginger Ale, Memories of My Grandmother

Last week we went to Cammas Hall Farm to pick strawberries and gooseberries. Once we got home it was all systems go and we were fired up to make as …

Red Wine Poached Quince and Goat’s Cheese Filo Tart

This recipe is a dedication of thanks to all our customers and staff who brought quinces in for us to cook with. It’s been a challenge and a half to …

Pan-fried Hake with Fennel Confit and Dry Sherry Sauce

Delicious pan-fried hake with crispy golden brown skin and well seasoned with sea salt. Mmmm, that sounds good to me! When we go to restaurants (which I must say does …

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Chocolate and Hazelnut Crackle Cookies

These Chocolate and Hazelnut crackle cookies are also known as our holiday cookies. Last Easter we went on another driving holiday to France. We rented a gite for a week …

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Cracked Wheat, Walnut and Pomegranate Salad

Packing a lunch box to work is something of the past. Most work places have a lunchtime offer on site and if  not there’s enough expensive temptations on the high …

Pickled Summer Carrot, Salmon Gravalax and Borage

Once the blue flowers of the borage appear, followed closely by the electric orange and yellow flowers of the nasturtium I know summer is in full swing. It makes me …

Raspberry Frangipane Tart, Honey and Raspberry Ice Cream

The natural fragrance and aroma from fresh raspberries is simply scrumptious. This year so far we have had particularly large, fragrant and sweet raspberries. Almonds and raspberries are a naturally …

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Venison and Butternut Squash Canapes with Fried Quails Eggs

This recipe is another Aldeburgh Food Festival inspired dish and utilises the leftovers from the venison mince that I bought that day. I love the Aldeburgh food festival as it …

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Crispy Celeriac Gnocchi with Watercress Cream

Making Gnocchi like an Italian mama is an art in itself. I have gone one step further and used celeriac instead of traditional potatoes. I guess that the Italian Mamas …

Strawberry Jam Drops

I have made so much strawberry and redcurrant jam this year, to the point where I now have to find recipes to use the jam up with.

We sell …

Pancake Day, The British Larder Way! Raspberry, Lime and Coconut Pancakes

Where is the year going!?! Well it’s nearly  Shrove Tuesday, which is the last day before Lent and known to everyone as Pancake Day.

We love a good pancake, there …

Orange, Polenta and Wild Sumac Shortbread

It’s nearly a year ago since we visited Simon and Libby Langford at their beautiful boutique guest house Swan Hill House in Devon. Simon and Libby have an incredible eye …

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Char-grilled Balsamic Rump Steak with Heirloom Tomato and Bobby Bean Salad

It’s a pretty miserable  rainy day, not much to look forward to considering it’s supposed to be mid-summer.

However I  should look on the bright side,at least my tomatoes and …

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Neal’s Yard Goats Curd Marrow Bakes

A trip to London is not complete without stopping at Borough market. I set off with the cool box and ice packs in the back of the car knowing that …

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Roasted Strawberry Scones

This recipe is inspired by Shuna a pastry chef working in London. We do not know Shuna at all, however the fantastic world of Twitter and food blogging has brought …

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Mulled Plum Sorbet

“Sugar and spice and all things nice. That’s what little girls are made of”. You might think that I have now completely lost the plot!? Perhaps I have, but this …

Gooseberry Fool with Garibaldi Fingers

It’s that time of the year when the summer season is delivering wonderful fruits and vegetables in abundance. It’s really difficult for me to choose one particular ingredient as my …

Mushroom and English Chorizo Minestrone

A Tribute to Rose Gray ……

Oh! the wind is cutting through my bones today! It’s grey, miserable and very wet. Well I know what you must be thinking, there …

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