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Savoury crepes verdi, by Tom (step-by-step)

“Here is my recipe for using up excess greens! Too many leaves in your veg box? Left some tasty greens for too long in your fridge? Fear not – you can still create a delicious and nutritious meal from them”, … Continue reading

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Brussel sprouts with bacon and fig marmalade, by Pernilla

A very simple recipe kindly suggested by farm member Pernilla… “Just for a change, try cutting [them] brussel sprouts in halves and cooking them lightly in a frying pan with a little finely chopped bacon for flavour. To finish off, … Continue reading

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Braised fennel with wine and honey, by Brian

Ingredients: 4 Fennel Bulbs,trimmed and quartered. 1/4 cup olive Oil 1/2cup chicken or vegetable Stock. 1 Tablespoon honey 1 cup white wine 1 teaspoon mustard seed or Dijon mustard. Salt & pepper to taste. Method: Place the fennel quarters in … Continue reading

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Courgette and cheddar cheese muffins, by Rebecca

This recipe is from Tesco Real Food website which has been adapted by Rebecca to be gluten free and FODMAP friendly (FODMAP is a dietary therapy for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), check it out here). “They are really delicious so … Continue reading

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Kale crisps, by Brian

Ingredient: A bunch of kale Olive oil or Sesame oil or a mixture of both. Sea salt Toasted sesame seeds (optional) Method: Preheat oven to 180 C/ gas 4. Line baking tray with baking parchment. With a a knife or … Continue reading

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Joanne’s easy slow cooked Stir Fry Mix

The Oak Tree Stir fry mix varies through the season. Of course, quick stir frying is a great way to cook the farm stir fry mixes, but this method of cooking works really well for the bags that contain lots … Continue reading

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Chard and leek soup

” I am always looking for new recipes for the leafy vegetables. I loved this soup, tasty and quick to make“, Nadia Ingredients (for 4): Roughly 7 or 8 chard leaves. 1 leek 1 potato 1 onion 1 garlic clove … Continue reading

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Beetroot and winter radish soup, suggested by Nadia

“I wanted to a recipe that made use of both beetroot and winter radish, so found this one, which inspired me. You will see that this recipe below is very different from the original though! It is really tasty. Even … Continue reading

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Fennel, Salmon and Mash, suggested by Jeremy

This is Jeremy’s own recipe for using some of our tasty fennel. Enjoy! Ingredients: Fennel salmon fillets potatoes milk, butter and salt garlic spinach tomatoes olives lemon Method: Peel and boil the potatoes Slice the fennel bulb and microwave in water … Continue reading

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Very simple Swiss chard and/or beetroot leaves

A very simple method of preparing Swiss chard and/or beetroot leaves (they are very similar, you can mix them) is: Fry a chopped onion gently in butter with a little salt in a saucepan or deep frying pan. Wash the … Continue reading

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