Week 21: Jersey Royal and Asparagus Frittata

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Serves 4 For Sophie - A true Jersey Royal (but not of the potato kind) Jersey Royals, like Champagne have a Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) this means that they are protected by the EU and are only allowed to be grown in Jersey. This is no bad thing as Jersey lends itself to growing these special potatoes, which thrive in the ... Read More

Week 19: Asparagus Cannelloni

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Serves 6 British asparagus is in season May to mid June, whilst it is here, make the most of it. It is a versatile vegetable it makes for a perfect side dish, delicately steamed with a little butter, part of the main dish or griddled and served as a salad.  Asparagus is sweet and fragrant, it matches very well with ... Read More

Week 18: Spatchcock Chicken with Wild Garlic Pesto

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Serves 6 For the first time foragers among you, Wild Garlic is a great place to start. Unlike the illusive mushroom, it is very difficult to harvest the wrong item and if you do you won't die....well hopefully not. Wild Garlic has a few key features which identifies itself among other grassy shrubs. Firstly it has a very strong 'garlicy' aroma, ... Read More