What should you be cooking in November?

As we head to the end of the year, one of the best things about the month of November is that we can get stuck in to casseroles, stews and some great hot puddings

New ingredients to look for now are dates, swede and although not a local ingredient - passion fruit is at its best for the next few months.  Artichokes, blackberries, broccoli, crab, guinea fowl, kippers, mushrooms, peas and tomatoes are coming to the end of their season, but there should still be plenty of apples, walnuts, beetroot, Brussels sprouts, celeriac, pears and celery. Root vegetables feature heavily at Sunday lunch so make the most of turnips, swede, leeks and parsnips.

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