Not sure what to get for Father’s Day this year? Why not get the special man in your life a foodie gift in the post. Check out our Father’s Day gift ideas to make his day.
Grow your own
Learn how to grow your own yoghurt pot cress head with our easy step-by-step guide. Watch your cress grow then snip into an egg mayo sandwich – delicious!
It’s super-easy to grow herbs and chillies indoors – no garden required! All you need is a windowsill and a few top tips.
We’re bang in the middle of summer, and Christmas should be the last thing on our minds… unless you’re a gardener! In late July and early August there’s still time to put a few veg in the ground, ready to reap the rewards of a homegrown dinner come Christmas.
Tomatoes are a fantastic ingredient to grow yourself, and you can get great results in small spaces, or indoors. Nothing beats the smell of toms ripening on the vine, and the difference in flavour between a homegrown tomato and a standard shop-bought one is out of this world!
The parent plant, elder, or ‘Sambucus nigra’ is common everywhere except the far north of Scotland, frequenting hedgerows, waste ground and woodland fringes.
Fresh herbs have the ability to elevate a dish to the next level, livening it up with a hit of freshness before serving, or adding a delicious depth of flavour throughout cooking.
In this feature, Daniel Nowland explains why soil is so important to the food system we all rely on, and the threats that it faces in present times.
Rhubarb has an amazing flavour spectrum – it’s sour and acidic, but when balanced with sweetness, it’s tart and refreshing all at once.
I’m writing this on 29 February, that strange extra day that’s shoehorned into every fourth year to make the calendar year and the earth’s celestial year align with one another.