Latest news from River Cottage
River Cottage at RHS Hampton Court Garden Festival
The Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival takes place from 4 to 9 July and we're going to be there!
Meet Emma Gunn ...
Emma Gunn is joining the River Cottage Team as a new tutor. She will be teaching a brand new Waterways Foraging, as well as a Seashore Foraging course starting this Spring. With these new courses, alongside our existing ones taught by long-term friend of River Cottage John Wright, we're excited to be expanding our range of foraging courses and helping more people discover the joys of wild food.
Hugh's Top Tips for a Healthy Gut
The emerging science around gut health is exciting but complex. The message, however, is pretty simple: look after your gut and it will look after you.
A Guide to Gut Health
"In the past few years, if you have been kind enough to attend any events i’ve been speaking at, or you've read my books or kept tabs on my social media posts, you will probably be aware that I am evangelical when it comes to importance of gut health.
Looking for some different ways to use up those leftover roasties and sprouts? We've got you covered!
The Christmas Larder
In the run-up to the festivities it pays to be a little bit organised. A well stocked larder - shelf, cupboard, pantry - will ensure your Christmas will be tasty and tension free!
Handmade Christmas Decorations
Here at River Cottage we take a rustic and natural approach to Christmas decorations, with foliage, foraged finds and food being the stars of the show.
A few words from Hugh about COP26 and Vegpower
“ Things are moving fast at COP26, and after India’s commitment to Net Zero (albeit half a century from now), Biden’s pledge that the US will “keep 1.5 alive” and what looks like a grand international coalition to end deforestation, which even appears to have Bolsonaro’s Brazil on board, our Prime Minister must be feeling it’s all going rather better than he expected.
Project Food Fundraising Dinner
A special event in aid of local charity Project Food on the 9th September.