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Real Cider, desasterous veggie patch! HELP!, A poachers tale!, This is a vegetable cookbook, Chapter 2: Cooking on sustainable gas, How I built my Wood Fired Bread Oven, 'Hugh calls for River Cottage Heroes!', Speaking sustainably at River Cottage, NO to Zero-grazing 'super dairies' in the UK, Hooray! Half a million fish fighters!
Join the River Cottage Canteen & Deli team on Tuesday 14th May for a delicious three course meal centred around the artisan tradition of curing. Steven Lamb, resident meat expert at Read More ›
It has been fair to say that the weather here in the UK has been miserable. The Easter weekend that normally so many of us look forward to has been icy, cold and bitterly disappointing. No wonder so Read More ›
Over the last few years we have seen dramatic growth in the barbecue arena, new products, events, methods and chefs adding novel and traditionally cooked items on their menus. 2012 is going to be Read More ›
When I ate at the River Cottage Canteen & Deli in Axminster by flatpackbakers.com.au I have been long been a fan of the Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall approach to food, cooking and the Read More ›