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EDIBLE GIFTS IN A JAR: SPICY CHOCOLATE, OATMEAL & COCONUT COOKIE MIX

Christmas wrapping paper can cost you a fortune and chances are it will end up in the bin anyway. A better idea: repurpose your glass jars. They’re the perfect container for all types of gifts from candles to body scrubs to snow globes, herb gardens and our favourite, edible gifts. And most importantly, the receiver can reuse them over and over again. Read More

A GUIDE TO WINTER FORAGING

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The sudden downturn in the temperature doesn’t have to dampen your chances of finding a bounty of free wild food. From mushrooms to seaweed, shellfish and a handful of winter greens, there is still plenty of foraged edibles to gather during the cold winter months. Here’s a short guide to a few of our favourite… Read More

REDUCE CHRISTMAS WASTE

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The festive period is one of our most expensive times of year, yet it seems it is during this spell of celebration that we are most gluttonous when it comes to food.

On average, a family will comfortably spend over £200 on food and drink alone at Christmas, the majority of which are perishable items that find their way into the bin way before the decorations have been packed away. Read More

RAW GOAT’S MEAT KIBBEH

The next time you think of making a beef tartare, consider this instead. Kibbeh Nayyeh (raw kibbeh) is a much-loved classic Lebanese mezze. Only the freshest raw goat (or lamb) meat is used, hand-chopped and then mixed with earthy bulgur wheat and spices.

In this recipe, James Whetlor, our featured ethical supplier, walks us through his version of this delicious raw goat’s meat revelation Read More