Such an amazing feast for the senses, packed with omega 3 and omega 9. Very good, too, for anyone trying to avoid mixing starch with protein.
We have been fighting over these cakes – made for us by farm helpers Natalie and Andrei. The different textures of the raisins, carrots and nuts make a glorious combination.
Make two to avoid family arguments!
A Mother’s Garden favourite for all ages, full of flavour and goodness, and so simple. Gorgeous hot with steamed vegetables or cold with salad.
We all love these vegetable fritters, using crops from the garden and the market, and lashings of fresh olive oil, of course!
Here’s the easy, total goodness snack answer for all ages. We keep a bowl in our fridge all the time – the children love it.
Mother’s Garden offered up a bumper crop of veg this summer, and rapid, simple, yummy answers were needed.
Figs were one of the first crops to be cultivated by early humans, predating wheat, barley and vegetables, and their goodness is so significant, being high in calcium and fibre, and rich in antioxidants.
This one, for apple chutney, is a great favourite in the family and among friends, and has been passed down passed down from my mum, Beryl Whitman, like many gems of wisdom and practical knowledge.
The easiest way of all to enjoy your fresh olive oil is use it instead of butter in sandwiches or just on its own on fresh bread or rolls…