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Roasted Heritage Squash and Salt Baked Beet with Soft Boiled Hens Egg and Rosehip Elderberry Vinaigrette

Autumn is in full swing and the hedgerows around the British Larder here in Suffolk are bursting with plenty of fantastic berries and other wild foods. Our ‘glut required’ system …

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Pan-fried Chicken Livers and Cobnuts on Toast

This is what I call a typical wholesome autumn breakfast/brunch dish. Perfect on Sunday morning after nipping out to buy the paper, hopping over the frosty front lawn and in …

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Ham and Egg Salad

Eggs, ham and chips is one combo that makes Ross a very happy man. As my digestive system does not appreciate this combination I took the challenge to refine Ross’s …

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One £10 Chicken, Three Meals – Part One

Sunday Roast with Butternut Squash Anna

Doing the weekly shop has become significantly more expensive and  sometimes  I almost feel forced to purchase meat that has been reared against my …

Gooseberry and Stem Ginger Ice Cream

I am definitely on a ice cream and sorbet mission. When we first opened the doors to the British Larder in Suffolk we bought all of our ice creams and …

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My Organic Garden Courgette Fritters with Home Made Kumato Ketchup

You have heard me speaking about a glut before but you have not seen anything yet! I think the courgette monster is about to suffocate me and take over my …

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Orange and Honey Caramelised Brussels Sprouts

You might have thought that either Christmas has come early this year or I have completely gone crazy. No, no, neither is correct. I thought it’s about time that we …

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Roasted Fennel Salad with Ras-el-Hanout Dressing

Walking through Borough market is truly inspirational. The different cultures, seasons and aromas draw you into this wonder world of food, it spits you out at the other end half …

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Spiedini Toscana

I could not wait for summer to arrive this year just so that I could dust off the barbecue and make this dish again. Spiedini in Italian means meat on …

Fresh Buffalo Curd Summer Salad

I have always had the interest to try and make cheese but never really got round to do so. As a young commis chef I had this fixation and dream …

The British Larder Cookbook: A Book of Seasonal British Recipes (Signed Hardcover)

As the founder of the inspirational recipe diary BritishLarder.co.uk and and the award-winning gastro-pub, The British Larder Suffolk, I would like to introduce to you my debut recipe book ‘A …

Set Goat’s Milk Pudding With Cherry Sherbet Dusted Doughnut

The British cherry season is definitely something special to celebrate and enjoy. Sadly, it’s reported that in the last 50 years Britain has lost 90% of its cherry orchards and …

Baked Loganberry and White Chocolate Cheesecake

Sublime, delicious, tasty, extraordinary… these are words that customers use to describe my cheesecakes. I have a cheesecake for all seasons and this one is my peak summer favourite. I …

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Goji berry and Yacon Muesli Muffins

We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but one I ignore most of the time…completely! I’m normally way to busy and it’s pretty early, …

Iron Bark Pumpkin and Chestnut Soup

The snow has arrived! The British Larder is covered in a blanket of snow and it feels as if the whole world came to a stand still. The very busy …

Puy Lentil Scotch Eggs

Last year we won the 2013 Scotch Egg Challenge in aid of Action Against Hunger. The winning eggs are Smoked Venison Scotch Eggs and, not only do they sell like …

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Grilled Madras Razor Clams with Sautéed Rainbow Chard and Cornish New Potatoes

I have a lot of love for Borough market and make a point of visiting regularly. My obsession has got to the point that I make a checklist of things …

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Sesame Toasted Basmati Rice and Broad Bean Salad

Believe it or not I have already purchased new season broad beans from Borough market this week.

I was amazed to have found them. I immediately enquired where they came …

Pan-Roasted Teal and Pearl Barley Salad; Damson Vinaigrette

Our Suffolk life so far….

Moving to Suffolk was not a difficult decision at all. Ross and I knew that this was the county for us; a bit of the …

Baked Plaice with Pernod and Tomatoes

This creates a little ray of sunshine on a plate. Whole baked plaice with Pernod makes a delicious lunch dish, ideal served on the patio (if the weather is warm …

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Healthy Brown Rice and Hemp Seed Salad

Its time for me to focus on eating healthier, it was wonderful having my Mum staying but my poor and carefree eating habits has taken it’s toll. Too many sweet …

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Buttermilk Pudding with Blood Oranges

When I received an invitation to spend a morning in the pastry section of Rocco Forte’s Brown’s Hotel in Mayfair with head pastry chef Fabien Ecuvillon I was delighted. Fabien …

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Tamarind Pickled Rhubarb and Redcurrants

Sous-vide cooking has brought a lot of joy to me. I love to discover and experiment with new ingredients and equipment.I received the water bath as a gift from Ross  …

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Early Hertfordshire Pea and Feta Crush

It’s Saturday morning and the high street is buzzing with lots of people going about  their normal Saturday business.  I was dashing about to complete all the tasks on my …

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Corn on the Cob and Celeriac Fritters

There is a lot of love in our home for corn on the cob. These Corn on the cob and celeriac fritters are just one of many recipes that we …

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Roasted Corn on the Cob and Mix Bean Salad

I have used this fabulous salad as an accompaniment to two dishes but as it is so good it deserves a feature of its own. I love corn on the …

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Saffron Clam and Corn Chowder

I love spring, today is a bright and sunny day, a bit chilly but its great as long as its sunny. I even noticed the daffodils popping up everywhere. The …

Marinated Pork Tenderloin with Braised Choucroute and Bacon

This is my kind of food and perfect for this time of the year. The smell that lingers in the kitchen is simply wonderful and inviting and is the kind …

Crab Salad with Semi-dried Tomatoes and Sugar-cured Lemon

Don’t you just love a good traditional British summer?! We have so far had a pretty rubbish start to the summer; the central heating still comes on during some of …

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One £10 Chicken Three Meals – Part Three

Chicken Noodle Soup

There is something rather magical about chicken noodle soup, a feeling that’s it’s all going to be just fine. Did your mum give you chicken noodle soup …

Turnip, Bacon and Aspall Cyder Gratin

Since moving to Suffolk I became rather partial to a few things; one of them is the Aspall Cyder, also Dingley Dell Bacon, and strangely I fell head over …

The British Larder: A Cookbook For All Seasons

The time has come to unveil this beautiful book to the world!

Holding the final product in my hands, I feel both honoured and humbled to have been given such …

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Celeriac and Potato Gratin with Cobnut Gremolata

How good does cooked cream taste? My mouth is watering just writing about it, but the moment of weakness over the lips and the lifetime of regret over the hips …

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Pheasant, Aegean Prune, Girolle & Chestnut Pie

The Game season and autumn is in full swing. The joys of walking in the woods on a crisp autumn day, seeing the chestnuts falling from the trees and a …

Pecan, Date and Honey Savarin, Honeycomb, Yoghurt Sorbet

Mothers day is fast approaching, where is the year going?? Not so long ago I was making Christmas puddings and now we are planning puddings for mothers day. Crazy when …

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Hay Baked Jerusalem Artichoke and Smoked Cream Salad

This recipe is dedicated to John Lawson, Abi’s dad and a Lincolnshire farmer. He sent me a couple of large bags of freshly dug Jerusalem artichokes and I found it …

Crème Caramel with Brandied Sultanas, Pine Nuts and Thyme

Spring has sprung, and finally we had rain. The grass is green and the bracken is starting to come through. I have finally spotted some elderflowers in the hedgerows today …

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Pheasant Forestiere with Wilted Wild Watercress

Saturday the 24th October 2009 was marked in my calendar with big red letters. A few of us like minded foodies booked a day’s wild food foraging with Polly from …

Pan-Fried Gurnard with Spicy Sausage and Lentils

Who would have thought that we would still be enduring snow in March? With this cold and very confusing weather my thoughts turn to hearty dishes with bags of flavour. …

Bresaola with Salt-baked Parsnips and Parsnip Remoulade

The inspiration and credit for the bresaola in this recipe goes to Diana Henry’s book ‘Salt, Sugar, Smoke’. My good friend Richard Arbon (self-confessed food fanatic, sausage-making lover, best salt …

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