RECIPES

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PAUL COLLINS: BEEF STROGANOFF
There is nothing quite like eating a rich, warming beef stroganoff on a gloomy wintry night. (more…)

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PAUL COLLINS: MINI BAKED ALASKA
Delightful and dramatic, this old-fashioned dessert is a great festive showstopper. (more…)

 

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WHOLE ROASTED PHEASANT WITH HERB, HAZELNUT AND BACON STUFFING
Roasted pheasant is a delicious alternative to the traditional giant turkey– especially if you don’t need to feed an army of guests (more…)

CIDER-MARINATED ROAST PHEASANT WITH BALSAMIC-ROASTED BRUSSEL SPROUTS
This deliciously tender pheasant makes a great little festive centrepiece (more…)

 

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ROASTED BUTTERNUT SQUASH WITH LEEK & BLUE CHEESE GRATIN
Roasted butternut squash layered with a creamy blue cheese and topped with golden breadcrumbs (more…)

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ROSEMARY HASSELBACK POTATOES
A great alternative to the classic roastie, these hasselback potatoes are a feast for the eye, not just the stomach. As they turn golden (more…)

SPICED PEARS
A delicious sweet addition to your Christmas table, these spiced pears offer fantastic festive flavour and are bang on season. (more…)

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CARROT TOP PESTO
Did you know that carrot tops make a wonderful pesto? Just like basil pesto, it’s delicious and incredibly easy to make and can be used as a dip (more…)

 

JAMES WHETLOR: PAN-FRIED ‘KID’ GOAT CHOPS WITH FENNEL & OLIVES
Extremely versatile and packed full of flavour, Goat chops are a great meat alternative. (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. (more…)

TANDOORI ‘KID’ GOAT MEAT SKEWERS
With a fresh tandoori masala spice mix & yoghurt marinade, these goat meat skewers are a perfect dish to brighten up a dark wintry day. (more…)

 

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RIVER COTTAGE: SQUASH, APPLE & CHILLI SOUP
Spicy chilli oil deliciously balances the delicate sweetness of an autumnal squash and apple soup. (more…)

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RIVER COTTAGE: PEARS POACHED IN PERRY, FROZEN YOGHURT & OAT BISCUIT
All the different elements of this dessert can be prepared in advance (more…)

GOATS CHEESE & HERB FRITTATA
The humble egg is the perfect breakfast food! It’s packed with an incredible amount of nutritious goodness, it cooks up in minutes (more…)

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CHOCOLATE ROSEHIP TRUFFLES
Irresistibly delicious and simple to make, these tiny French-born treats have been delighting the masses for thousands of years. (more…)

 

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AUTUMN HERB PANNA COTTA WITH GIN-SPIKED APPLES & BLACKBERRIES
This delicately infused panna cotta is quite possibly one of the sweetest ways to enjoy the aromatic herbs available this autumn. Robust in nature, but delicate in flavour, this delicious dessert simply hints at the aromas of these hardy herbs.  (more…)

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DATE CARAMEL APPLES
Ditch the traditional, refined sugar-packed treats this Halloween and try this easy to make, wholesome alternative. Dates are a natural sweetener filled with a good dose of healthy vitamins and minerals. (more…)

 

THE NEGRONI COCKTAIL
A Florentine born aperitif drink made from gin, sweet vermouth and Campari. This iconic pre-dinner cocktail is a perfectly balanced (more…)

THE MARTINEZ COCKTAIL
Said to be the stylish father of the Martini – this old-school hero first appeared in O.H. Byron’s 1884 Modern Bartenders’ Guide (more…)

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THE AVIATION COCKTAIL
The fashionable, sour prince of cocktails born during the glory days of aviation. The original recipe calls for the inclusion of crème de violette (more…)

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THE DRY MARTINI
“The only American invention as perfect as a sonnet.” H.L. Mencken The king of cocktail-dom, the dry martini is the perfect classic drink (more…)

 

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PORK & GIN PÂTÉ
Our fondness pâtés reaches far and wide. This humble classic may not be easy on the eye but what it lacks in the looks department, it certainly makes up with its wonderful rich flavour. (more…)

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AUTUMN JAM
From glorious warming pies and crumbles, to tasty compotes, chutneys and pickles, there are many ways to enjoy the delicious mixture of fruits that are ready to harvest in October. (more…)

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SLOE GIN
The three ingredient drink that kindly sees you through the cold winter months and makes the ultimate Christmas gift. Sloe Gin is simplest of autumn brews to make (more…)

 

FRAN PARODY-CANDEA: TORTAS DE AZERGA
These traditional Spanish pancakes are incredibly easy to make, a great way to use up a glut of greens (more…)

FRAN PARODY-CANDEA: VEGGIE BURGERS
Flavoured with fresh seasonal produce, this hearty veggie burger recipe is a treat for everyone. (more…)

 

PICKLE SHACK: WILD DUCK WITH CELERIAC KIMCHI…
I always like cooking with wild duck, it is gamey, rich, lean and with a flavour (more…)

FERMENTED SLAW
The Original Probiotic: Fermenting foods is one of the earliest methods of preserving food and has been used for centuries (more…)

HOMEMADE ELDERBERRY SYRUP
Elderberries are a potent little autumn berries that can knock any winter sniffle off it’s miserable feet. (more…)

 

TOM HUNT: SOURDOUGH SUMMER PUDDING
An all time summer favourite of mine and so quick to make. I like to experiment with different fillings and fruits. Summer pudding is best made (more…)

TOM HUNT: CHARGRILLED APRICOTS WITH RICOTTA, HONEY & TOASTED APRICOT KERNELS
I have been waiting patiently for apricot season for ages! Apricots are a delicious and savoury fruit (more…) 

GRILLED PLUM & HALLOUMI SKEWERS WITH MINTY-TAHINI DRESSING
Perfect for the griddle pan or barbie, these plum and halloumi skewers are a simple (more…)

 

HOMEMADE YOGHURT WITH BLACKCURRANT & THYME COMPOTE
Making your own yoghurt at home is surprisingly easy and requires very few ingredients. (more…)

HOMEMADE COCONUT, ALMOND & HONEY GRANOLA
With a dash of cold milk, topped on creamy yoghurt or simply enjoyed with fresh, seasonal fruit (more…)

MATTHEW MASON: WEST COUNTRY SUMMER SOUP & NASTURTIUM PESTO
I have to admit that I never use a recipe for this soup its all about taste (more…) 

MARCUS BAWDON: BBQ BUTTERFLIED LAMB WITH CHAMOMILE & SORREL BASTE
Lamb and fire go together so well, the smoky savouriness created (more…)

 

SUMMER BERRY BREAKFAST SMOOTHIE
Wake up bright and breezy to this delicious summer berry smoothie. Simple, quick and super healthy, it is ideal breakfast on the run!  (more…)

WHITE CLOVER FLOWER ICED TEA
A foraged floral twist on this classic summer drink. Easy to make, healthy and naturally refreshing, this iced floral brew hits the spot on a hot summer’s day. (more…)

 

 

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JO’S SLOW-COOKED GLAZED BEEF SHORT RIBS
Lunch at the Budden’s home is the kind of experience that makes you slow down and appreciate the simple joy of gathering around a table and sharing real food (more…)

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TOM HUNT ⎜ORGANIC BAVETTE STEAK & CHIMICHURRI
Bavette, also called skirt steak is an affordable cut, full of flavour and best served rare. (more…) 

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GRILLED FENNEL WITH SHAVED PARMESAN, LEMON & GARLIC AÏOLI
Fire up the grill, it’s fennel season! This is one of our favourite ways to eat fennel.  (more…)

 

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OVERNIGHT MILLET
According to research, two-thirds of Britons fail to eat anything in the morning – time being the common excuse. (more…)

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BARBECUED SEA BREAM CIABATTA WITH WILD SEA TARTAR
We are big fans of easy peasy food cooked simply in the great outdoors (more…)

 

 

TOM HUNT – BROCCOLI, BARLEY & RADISH SALAD
This is a filling salad great as the weather warms up. It will keep very well in the fridge so make sure you make extra (more…)

STOUT FERMENTED BREAD
It only seems natural that stout and bread should go together, both rely on a strong fermentation process  (more…)

SMOKY AUBERGINE BURGER WITH BEER & ONION CHUTNEY 
Quick and easy to make, and a great vegetarian alternative to traditional beef burgers  (more…)

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Avoid nasty colourants, additives and preservatives by making your own wild, natural, coconutty flavoured cordial (more…)

 

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SWEET STRAWBERRY PIZZA
May sees the official start of the British berry season with its milder temperatures and brilliant sunshine (more…)

 

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ELDERFLOWER & STRAWBERRY YOGHURT LOLLIES
These tasty, creamy, rather healthy lollies were inspired by our recent elderflower harvest (more…)

 

 

 

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TOM HUNT RECIPE – SLOW ROAST HOGGET WITH CELERIAC PUREE & GREEN SAUCE
Salt marsh hogget is the most flavourful meat you could imagine. A hogget is a lamb that is between one and two years old – at two years it becomes mutton. (more…)

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SLOW-COOKED PULLED HOGGET WRAP WITH CABBAGE SLAW & MINTY YOGHURT
Packed full of flavour, with delicately tender, sweet meat, hogget is a great alternative to using lamb this time of year. (more…)

TOM HUNT RECIPE – GRILLED POLENTA WITH NEW SEASON ASPARAGUS & SPARTAN TAPENADE
A little polenta story: My friend Brigida was raving about her families polenta, the species of corn which the polenta (more…)

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TOM HUNT RECIPE – GRILLED FILLET OF DAB WITH WILD GARLIC SALSA
Dab’s are now in season and make a great sustainable choice. According to the Marine Conservation Society a recent study suggests that dab (more…)

 

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WILD GARLIC PESTO WITH HOMEMADE FOCACCIA
We like our pestos full of punchy flavour. A bunch of limp, old imported leaves from the supermarket and a smattering of cheap oil doesn’t cut it for us. (more…)

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SUPER GREEN SPRING SOUP
The sun is shining and the veggies are looking delicious this time of year; from nutritious spring greens and garden peas now in abundance (more…)

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CHAI BREAD & BUTTER PUDDING
Encapsulating the fragrant and comforting flavours of south Asia in a classic British dessert, this is no ordinary bread and butter pudding!  (more…)

 

 

SIMPLE BAKED TROUT WITH HERBS & LEMON

SIMPLE BAKED TROUT WITH HERBS & LEMON
A simple way to cook a fresh and flavoursome rainbow trout, just stuff with parsley, dill and lemon and you have a tasty dish of healthy goodness (more…)


CURED TROUT GRAVADÖRING
Taking inspiration from a traditional Scandinavian staple, this recipe is a beautiful British twist on a Nordic classic (more…)

SMOKED TROUT WITH PICKLED LENTILS & CIDER
Chef Phil Verden uses locally sourced rainbow trout from Stream Farm, beautiful in its simplicity and makes for a lovely starter (more…)

CHUNKY SMOKED TROUT CAKES WITH RHUBARB CHUTNEY
Super simple to make and rustled up using just a few ingredients. These chunky smoked rainbow trout cakes are bang on season (more…)

 

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TROUT PATE WITH RYE & CARAWAY CRACKERS
With the addition of crisp homemade crackers, this easy to prepare trout pate makes a lovely fresh lunch, starter or pre-dinner canapés (more…)

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SMOKED TROUT, WATERCRESS AND POTATO FLAN
Served warm straight from the oven with seasonal greens, or served cold with a fresh, crisp salad, this flan combines delicious classic flavours (more…)

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PAN-SEARED TROUT WITH A WARM SEASONAL SALAD
Chef Phil Verden’s lovely crispy-skinned, pan-fried trout from Stream Farm is served with a warm salad that can be modified to use whatever seasonal (more…)

 

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APPLE & CRACKLING RISOTTO WITH RIB END PORK CHOP
A fantastic recipe created by Chef Richard Guest using pork from our featured farmer in Issue N°1, Donna Lucking at Ellises Farm (more…)

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SLOW-COOKED PULLED PORK WITH BBQ SAUCE AND HOMEMADE COLESLAW
Amazingly tender, marinated, fall off the bone pork, shredded and served in a bun with a rich BBQ sauce and homemade coleslaw (more…)

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CURRIED PORK GOULASH
A super simple, one-pot wonder! Using chunky diced pork, aromatic seasoning and fresh coriander, this recipe is a spicy spin on a Hungarian classic (more…)

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ORANGE, GINGER & HONEY BRAISED PIG CHEEKS
In the recent light of nose to tail eating, this recipe looks at using an understated cut from the pig’s head. Pig cheeks are packed full of flavour (more…)

 

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APPLE JELLY
Glorious in its simplicity and taste. Apple jelly can be served with roast pork, used to lift a sandwich to new heights, or even stirred into (more…)

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BAKED APPLE WITH BLACK PUDDING
Tom’s Feast chefs Marente van der Valk and Sebastien Lauret both have a great appreciation for natural, seasonal ingredients (more…)

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SOMERSET CIDER APPLE SAUCE
The best friend of any roasted pork dish is, of course, a good apple sauce. This easy recipe uses a dry cider to give it added depth, and (more…)