Lia Leendertz, our regular Seed to Stove columnist, remembers forgotten foods in the November issue of The Simple Things. Here, she shares her delight in the Garibaldi biscuit, plus a tried and tested recipe.
There is a spectrum of hot chocolates. At one end, the instant and saccharine; at the other, chunks of the real deal – melted and laced. This warming number sits at the luxurious end, with hints of citrus and aromatic nutmeg lifting it onto an altogether cosy, autumnal plane.
No need to wait till next summer with this vibrant autumn salad from The Natural Cook by Tom Hunt.
The art of Japanese nibbles beautifully packed into a box – it’s Bento!
There’s something satisfying about making fudge. This chocolate rum and raisin fudge recipe from Will Torrent’s Chocolate at Home is a great place to start.
Go foraging this month and find out what you can make with the fruits of the hedgerow.
Shakshuka: Tom Hunt’s Middle Eastern breakfast, taken from The Natural Cook.
It’s got sweet, flaky pastry, it’s got custard – what’s not to love about Portugal’s Pasteis de nata?
No need to bake in August with our indulgent chocolate fridge cake.
Berry coconut ice lollies are perfect for hot days. The good news? You’re only two steps away from this wholesome treat on a stick…