A soup-er way to eat your greens!

A soup-er way to eat your greens!

The Vegetarian Society is dishing up some comfort grub as we head into the colder months… and you can grow most of the ingredients! When the season of colds and flu is upon us, we all have a favourite comforting dish that makes us feel better. The Vegetarian Society asked its members and supporters for their go-to culinary hugs and…
Students encouraged to veg out

Students encouraged to veg out

Can cook, will cook! Students are proving they can prepare more than just beans on toast… The University of Manchester welcomed 8000 new students last month with a gift of a night vegging out with their flatmates. In partnership with Greater Manchester box scheme company Veg Box People and the Kindling Trust, each student flat was given a free veg…
Subscriber only recipe: Oven-roasted ratatouille

Oven-roasted Ratatouille

Here’s a great recipe for a classic dish to help you make use of newly ripened summer greenhouse favourites The secret to a good ratatouille is to make sure the vegetables retain their individuality and a bit of bite. If you’re cooking it on the hob, that really means cooking them in batches – and staying with the pan. Roasting…
A touch of glass...

A touch of glass…

Know your onions (and a host of other winter veg) with these top tips for growing during the winter months from The Greenhouse People Keep calm and carry on! As the temperature drops and nights start to draw in, many of us will be hanging up our gardening gloves after a fruitful summer. However, autumn doesn’t have to mark the…

Podcast 26: Growing your own Garlic

The Kitchen Garden Magazine Podcast – packed full of hints, tips and advice from the team. Home-grown garlic tastes delicious and with many different varieties to grow it means you can experience a wider taste range than you would get with supermarket garlic. Garlic has been grown for centuries and has long been known for its healing powers. In Ancient…