Herbs are the major ingredient in Thai curry paste, which forms the base of vegetarian curries as well as chicken, beef and fish or seafood curries. A dollop of curry paste adds flavour to stir-fried Asian greens, soups, noodles and any other dishes that could do with some heat. Red curry paste goes well with […]
Roasted Butternut and Tomato Salad 1.5kg butternut, peeled and cubed 500g cherry tomatoes 500g green beans, trimmed 200g green leaves (we used baby spinach and watercress) 350g feta cheese, cubed Olive oil Creamy dressing to serve Place the butternut on a roasting tray and sprinkle with olive oil. Place in the oven at 180°C for […]
Everyone Loves Butternut It’s worth allocating some space and time to this melt-in-the-mouth veggie Although butternuts, like pumpkins, take up more space than other veggies, they are easy to grow and very rewarding, which makes them ideal for beginners. And if you’re still hesitant to sacrifice space on the ground for them, why not grow […]
So many ways to love oranges Oranges come into harvest in winter, just in time to help us ward off nasty colds and flu with their hefty dose of vitamin C. The first to bear fruit are the ‘Navel’ varieties, between May and July, followed by ‘Valencia’ from June to September. Oranges stop ripening after […]
Start planning your winter food garden now, before summer becomes autumn, as dictated by the March solstice.