IT’S SQUASH TIME. Eating seasonally is a fairly simple and brilliantly tasty way of maintaining some connection with the natural world when reluctantly living in the city and hopping from the central heating of home to the oppressive heat of public transport to the air con of the artificially lit […]
This granola is an autumn forest floor – crunchy tawny oats and cream-coloured apple pieces, speckled with warming cinnamon combine to make the yummiest leaf litter around. And as well as being beautiful (and rather delicious) it’s a great timesaver. As much as I’d love to have a steaming bowl […]
This cake is an autumn treat. A light moist sponge, with subtly-spiced caramelised pears poking through the top. It looks beautiful and tastes dreamy and is actually pretty simple to make.
This recipe was first published on Rubies in the Rubble’s brilliant blog. Check out Rubies’ tasty chutneys all made using surplus veg that would otherwise be discarded. You can read more about Rubies, their model and priorities here. This vibrant beetroot and yoghurt dip is a super nibble that can be used as […]
This deep-coloured soup is delicious. Packed full of vegetables, it’s simple to chuck together and keep in the fridge, quickly heating it in a pan when time is short.