Autumn

Truffled Parsnip and Pickled Girolle Salad with Shipcord Cheese and Toasted Hazelnuts

It’s the time of year when root vegetables takes centre stage, wild mushrooms are plentiful and we are looking for richer, bolder flavours when cooking. If you’re lucky enough you …

Roasted Butternut Squash, Pomegranate and Chickpea Salad

With the darker days looming and the seasonal colours bursting into shades of burnt orange and gold, this dish is the perfect recipe to conquer the gloomy days of Autumn …

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 …

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 …

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 …

Honey, Plum and Blackberry Jelly with Plum Sorbet

Autumn has arrived and we have already had our fair share of rain showers and cold nights. The central heating has been turned on in the pub and I’m not …

Smoked Bacon, Artichoke and Hen’s Egg Tart

One of the reasons for choosing Suffolk as our home for the British Larder is due to the wealth and abundance of food and produce that this county has to …

PearPastiles

Camomile Smoked Pear Pastilles

I love a visit from Lin. She brings us baskets filled with wonderful fresh fruit and vegetables from her allotment nearby. This week she brought me a baskets filled to …

Oven-Roasted Rump of Lamb with Baby Artichokes, Beet and Fennel Puree

Lamb has done well on our menu. We do try and implement a good carcass balance to use most of the animal and not only the prime cuts, but this …

Herring Escabeche Salad

It’s nearly the end of summer. We have endured heavy downpours over the past week and my heart goes out to the farmers who are struggling to harvest their crops. …

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