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Lou's Vegan Ramen

"Over the past year my family and I have become addicted to Ramen. I solely put this down to my eldest son, Charlie, who is obsessed with Japanese culture. He would watch YouTube's top 10 ramen houses in Kyoto and suggest we go. Well, that would be great, but let's...

Lucy's Mushroom Risotto

Ingredients: (Serves 2)30g bag of Bristol Fungarium dried shiitake mushrooms (or any dried mushroom, porcini would work nicely!) 1 x white onion, finely chopped 2 x celery stalks, finely chopped Good glug of Two Fields olive oil (these guys are doing fantastic things, make sure to check them out!)Butter150g Arborio...

Kate's Sticky Toffee Pudding

Adapted from Bosh!’s Sticky Toffee Pudding, this is a super quick & easy dessert that the whole family can enjoy! Ingredients For the pudding 170g pitted dates  350ml oat milk (or almond milk) 1 tsp vanilla extract 1 1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda 115g dairy-free butter  100g molasses sugar  180g...

Ed’s Haricot Bean, Nduja & Cider Casserole Topped with Chard 

Ed's mission to keep things UK-based...I’m a huge fan of British produce, and try, where I can, to keep my food all-UK based: no olive oil, lemon, imported herbs…even no black pepper! I believe the more we adjust our tastes towards dishes made with only ingredients grown in the UK,...

Cat's Greek Inspired Slow Cooked Lamb in Honey & Thyme

Cat’s twist on her favourite meal from a recent trip to Greece."On Kos, my favourite dish was slow cooked goat leg in honey and thyme. It stood out for me as an alternative to kleftiko, using less tomates and no wine. My version uses lamb but as goat is lower...

Beth’s Squash Macaroni Cheese with a Hazelnut and Sage Topping

Ingredients 500g squash (any variety) 15ml olive oil 300g macaroni Sauce 500ml milk 60g butter 45g plain flour 100g mature cheddar grated 75g blue cheese crumbled Topping 75g toasted chopped hazelnuts 8 fresh sage leaves 25g parmesan finely grated Salt and pepper to taste Method Preheat the oven to 200°C/400°...

Emilia’s Chocolate & Caramel Nut Butter Pastry Slice

Ingredients:  3 Lockdown Loaves Croissants  Half a bar of Tony's Chocolonely Caramel Sea Salt  2 Tbsp Nutcessity Caromel Cashew Treenut Butter 2 eggs  1 Glass Crook & Churn Double Cream  1 Tsp Neilsen-Massey Vanilla Extract  100g Lucy Bee Coconut Sugar Method:1. Heat oven to 180 degrees2. Lightly grease a dish (I used...

Liz & Mark's Spicy Pork Cassoulet

Serves 4 ​ Ingredients 6 spiced sausages – we used pork, scotch bonnet and chive 50g Capreolus Dorset 'Nduja 30g Westcombe Smoked Cheddar – finely grated 1 Bottle (700g) Seggiano Organic Passata 1 Jar (50g) Pelagonia Chargrilled Aubergine – drained 1 Special Wholemeal Sourdough Loaf – from Orchard Bakery 1 tbsp tomato...

Wei's Chicken Katsu Curry & Chicken and Cabbage Gyoza

Chicken katsu curry The sauce 1 onion 2 garlic cloves 1 tbsp curry powder 2 tbsp plain flour 1 tsp turmeric 500 ml chicken stock 1 tbsp soft brown sugar Sweat onion Add garlic Add curry powder, flour and turmeric Cook out Add chicken stock Add sugar The chicken Bash...

Victoria's Vegan, GF Brownies

This could't be more simple, ready? Ingredients 1/2 cup Pip & Nut Smooth Peanut Butter1 can of Bold Bean Co. Chickpeas (Drained)2 tsp Nielsen-Massey vanilla extract1/4 tsp of Dove's Farm Freee Baking Powder1/4 tsp Dove's Farm Free Bicarbonate of Soda1/3 cup of chopped dark chocolate1/3 cup of Shady Maple Farms Maple Syrup1...

Olivia Tripp's Summer Mediterranean Mezze

Summer mediterranean mezze! I made this on a day that was 28 degrees! I wanted something fresh and summery, so I picked a few mediterranean dishes to pull together for a picky dinner with my parents.  Lots of dishes so looks complicated, but I’m very loose with measurements and it...

Anna Shepherd's Sizzling Mushroom Mole Tacos

If you've never shredded a mushroom, don't look away, it's easier than it sounds. Take two forks and use one to pierce a mushroom in the centre of the narrow stalk. Use the other fork to tear strands of the mushroom away, so one mushroom gives about 8–10 strands. ​ Don't...