Winter

Warming casseroles and soups, cheap cuts of meat to braise, root veg and more...

The good news about the arrival of winter is that the cold weather means more time indoors, and it's a great time of year to stock up for the months to come.  Marmalade and jam as well as chunteys and pickles can all be made now, ready for when you want to eat them.  Over the next three months you can look forward to hearty soups and warming stews and casseroles.  Not to mention lovely home-made pies!
 

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December

December

It's Christmas of course, so let's enjoy turkey, clementines, game, greens and celery, as well as dates, nuts, figs and pomegranates.

 
January

January

Cabbages, celeriac, parsnips, carrots, turnips, kale and Brussels sprouts: lovely for bakes, casseroles and side dishes and packed with winter flavour. On the seafood front, both scallops and oysters are good in January, as is John Dory, while guinea fowl is top of the pops for poultry.

 
February

February

Venison, herrings, shellfish are all stars of the shopping basket now - and new ingredients on the horizon include purple sprouting broccoli and early pink rhubarb.

 

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