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Hugh's Lockdown Blog
Hugh shares how he is spending his time in lockdown including recipes, gardening and wildflower spotting.
Hot Cross Bun Challenge
Inspired by the challenges from the old River Cottage TV programmes, a few members of the River Cottage team have taken part in a Hot Cross Bun challenge.
Cooking with Kids
As families adjust to the strange times we find ourselves in and children off school and at home. Why not consider using this time to cook together? Lucy Brazier, River Cottage contributor and mother of three shares her thoughts.
River Cottage has always relied upon our amazing local producers. Without their uncompromising, passionate commitment to sustainable produce, we would find it impossible to provide for the number of guests we welcome each year.
Ryan Riley founder of Life Kitchen
Ryan Riley founder of Life Kitchen talks about the release of his first cookbook.
River Cottage Kitchen Bristol
We are sad to announce that we will be closing our restaurant in Bristol after seven years of trading at the site on Whiteladies Road. This has been an extremely difficult decision, but due to rising costs and challenging market conditions, as well as the size and location of the site, it is no longer a viable option for the business.
Eco Confetti for your Wedding
Ensuring that the confetti used at the weddings here at River Cottage HQ is suitable for our venue is so important to our couples as well as ourselves. There are a few different eco-friendly confetti options out there but homemade confetti is a great way to ensure you have the confetti you want for a fraction of the price.
Looking back on Veganuary
River Cottage Chief Executive Stewart went Vegan for January. Read on to see how he got on ...
River Cottage Retreats
Escape to River Cottage HQ to be inspired, learn a new skill and relax in beautiful surroundings
The last week of Veganuary 2020
As we approach the end of the month, we are so pleased that many of you have joined us on the vegan, plant-based journey of Veganuary.
Go green this Valentine’s Day, being romantic shouldn't cost the earth
Unfortunately, many of the traditional Valentine's gifts we see on shop shelves can have a negative impact on the planet! So, in an effort to spread the love in a sustainable way, we've put together some handy tips for greener gifts..