A warm, citrus salad to brighten up any winters day. Flavours to savour!
Rich red beans from Bold Bean Co, spicy nduja & oozy mozzarella. The perfect dish to spice up your mid week meals!
Today the unique artistry of forcing – transplanting from the field into dark 'Forcing Sheds' where they grow quickly in search of light, to create fruit sweeter, more delicate and more vivid in colour than Rhubarb grown conventionally - is in jeopardy! With only 12 growers remaining , we believe the best way to conserve something is to consume it!
This recipe uses Treviso Radicchio sourced from the La Sovrana family in the South of Italy. It’s here that the climate, soil and local growing artistry produce crops so complex that they are geographically protected. Through collaborating with growers during the hunger gap, we're sourcing food that is in seasonal abundance, rich with flavour, fully traceable and built on a collaborative spirit that strengthens our food systems. Here, sweetness of the dates pairs perfectly with the radicchio, which has a slightly bitter/spicy taste.
Just in; plump and silvery green with prickly scales and furry centres; they’re in season right now. Big, beautiful springtime artichokes are here. These Thema Artichokes offer a delicate taste, sweet and mellow that can’t be matched. Enjoy them braised with some garlic aioli using The Farm Table head chef, Tom's simple recipe.
Kimchi; a classic Korean dish, transforms our humble homegrown cabbages through fermentation, with a few carefully selected aromatics and ingredients. Once mixed with salt, the lacto-fermentation process begins, where naturally occurring bacteria convert the vegetable sugars into lactic acid, a natural preservative. And, as beneficial bacteria thrive, eating it aids digestion. Full of flavour, it makes an ideal addition to rice, noodles, soup, and even a cheese toastie!
Willy’s ACV fire cider is the secret ingredient for creating The Mother Mary (A twist on the original Bloody Mary). Thier fiery raw blend of ACV contains many strains of probiotic bacteria including acetobacter and lactobacillus. There are multiple benefits from taking fire cider, boosting your gut health and overall immune system.