Tips for Food Bloggers
Eat this cake for breakfast (or any time) and feel no guilt – this courgette cake has veggies, whole grains and a secret ingredient to really shine.
If you can’t eat another blueberry, and are so over jam and jelly, try making this sweet-sour aigre-doux preserve to stock up for winter.
Elderflower liqueur takes demure elderflowers and gives them a vodka kick, for a do-it-yourself St. Germain.
A leisurely bath in warm olive oil, herbs and chile makes garlic soft, creamy and buttery. Perfect for spreading on toast or mixing in with anything t
Try the deliciously tart and under-appreciated gooseberry in sorbet or sherbet – a unique, refreshing and cooling summer treat!
Homemade Elderflower Champagne from foraged elderflowers and stuff you already have in your kitchen – fantastically bubbly and delicious!
Shockingly pink pickled eggs are a tangy, puckery bar treat made upmarket with a pop of fun color.
Elderflower and lime make a floral, musky flavored syrup for drinking summer all year round.
Grilled garlic scapes, olives and English walnuts make a truly seasonal vegan pesto with deep garlic flavor and a bit of heat.
The best way to freeze strawberries, and your new secret weapon to make it fast and easy!
Unpretentious strawberry jam. Wibbly-wobbly set. Just perfect slathered on toast. Summer in a jar.
Dehydrating strawberries is a fast and versatile option for preserving summer’s bounty – great for baking and snacking all year round.
An entire bottle of red wine makes this strawberry jam very grown-up and sophisticated – perfect for adding a special accent.
Ditch the flowers and chocolates and celebrate Valentine’s Day with piquant and meltingly tender Devilled Heart instead.
Pink peppercorn, apple and apricot make a tangy, sweet and zippy stuffing for a roast pork tenderloin.
Hand foraged sloes make a remarkably fresh sloe gin with deep berry and pine flavor.
A rustic and very satisfying tart of dried peaches, plumped with wine, and almond cream.
Leftover fish has never been so exciting – Bloody Mary Sauce with Bacon Vodka makes these fish cakes spectacular.
A cleansing salad that’s perfectly crisp and refreshing, with celeriac, capers and quick-pickled red onions.
Smooth and luscious, homemade lime curd is a versatile and luxurious way to capture citrus tang.
Cornish Saffron Cakes – British drop scones with apricots and currants – are both sweet and savory thanks to the elusive note of saffron. Perfect with jam or cheese!
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