Workshops – What We Did

It’s been the autumn/fall of the century here in Alsace with heavenly balmy days and some of the most glowing colours ever seen. Workshops were full of warmth and colour too: September took us to Sardinia, with a full-on Mediterranean menu featuring a salad with fresh figs, smoky pecorino sardo, herbs and toasted walnuts, goat’s cheese mousses with… Continue reading Workshops – What We Did

Fungi Fever, Mushroom Madness

Mushrooms on your mind? Try some of these gorgeous autumn recipes for wild and/or foraged fungi

Elderflowers are having a moment – and it’s now

The elder tree has no pretensions to grandeur. It grows wild in hedges and ditches, along the banks of streams, on the edge of motorways, in forgotten corners of farmyards and abandoned gardens, even in graveyards. Right now, in early summer, it’s having its moment. All of a sudden, in a brief blaze of glory, this rather… Continue reading Elderflowers are having a moment – and it’s now