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CREAMED GRATIN OF CAVOLO NEROSALADS AND SIDES / WINTER
A recipe to warm and comfort in the winter months and one that heroes the abundance of iron-rich, deep green cavolo nero growing in our organic Market Garden. Creamy and slightly indulgent, it is delicious served alongside tender turkey on Christmas day with crisp golden roast potatoes. It would also be delicious alongside fillet of […]
Basic Asian-Style Poached chicken by Donna HayGUEST RECIPE / MAIN DISHES / EAT TO BE HEALTHY / SPRING / SUMMER / AUTUMN / WINTER
An extract from Donna Hay’s book Basics to Brilliance. Read Donna’s “5 minutes & a recipe” interview here. Once you have made this recipe, try it in Donna’s feel good chicken soup recipe.
Feel-Good Chicken Soup – A Guest Recipe from Donna HayGUEST RECIPE / MAIN DISHES / EAT TO BE HEALTHY / SPRING / SUMMER / AUTUMN / WINTER
An extract from Donna Hay’s book Basics to Brilliance using the basic Asian-style poached chicken recipe here. Read Donna’s “5 minutes & a recipe” interview here.
Warming Dhal with Butternut Squash and Fresh TurmericMAIN DISHES / AUTUMN / WINTER
On cold wintry days, this is a recipe to warm and nourish the body and soul. Lentils are a fibre-rich staple for winter larders, full of the vital mineral magnesium which promotes good sleep and helps keep us calm. Combined with the anti-inflammatory properties of fresh turmeric and gentle spices a bowlful of this ancient, Ayurvedic […]
Celeriac and Sauerkraut Rösti with Poached Eggs and Halloumi by Eve KalinikGUEST RECIPE / BREAKFAST AND BRUNCH / MAIN DISHES / EAT TO BE HEALTHY / WINTER
The whole team at Daylesford are big fans of nutritionist and food writer Eve Kalinik and her brilliant new book, Be Good to Your Gut. This warming, feel-good recipe is perfect for January and is a great way to use seasonal celeriac. Both your gut and your tastebuds will thank you! This is one of […]
Seville Orange MarmaladeBREAKFAST AND BRUNCH / WINTER
There is something so lovely at this time of year about buying a big box of fragrant citrus fruit to make into marmalade. Though it can be a relatively timely process, the reward is always huge and one that will last throughout the year. We often find that the processes involved offer a wonderful opportunity for […]