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Delicious, healthy recipes to tempt your tastebuds...

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Andrew's Easy Apple Cider: This is a great, simple recipe for making your own luscious cider from your home grown apples...

Dot's borage tea: Borage tea is known for its anti-depressant and relaxing properties (though it should not be taken during pregnancy). Borage will grow (possibly a little too happily) in your garden

Heavenly Hummus: Making your own hummus is really simple and far less expensive than buying it from supermarkets. Give it a try!

Homemade all-beef burgers: The best - and best for you - burgers are the ones you make yourself with fresh local beef. Add extra ingredients for truly mouthwatering burgers.

Invigorating Vegetable Soup: Everyone needs a good vegetable soup recipe to warm you up and keep you well, and to use up the veg at the end of the week.

Julie's Quorn & Spinach Bake is bound to be a tasty favourite for veggies and non-veggies alike

Laura's Basic Bread and butter Pudding: Waste not, want not? Use stale bread to create something delicious and filling. This is what I do when the bread goes hard (a disappointingly rare occurrence in my household). We use multigrain and seeded bread mostly, and that doesn't seem to have put anyone off, yet.

Lovely Lentil and Tomato Soup: This recipe is good for you in so many ways. Read to the end to find out what each ingredient has to offer your health and well being.

Luscious Leek and Potato Soup: There's nothing nicer than soup on a cold, wet day, and this one will nourish you enough to help keep those germs at bay.

Squash and Autumn Veg Quesadillas: A recipe with a Tex Mex twist for your autumn harvest, with thanks to Riverford Organic Farm

Tru's Spicy red Lentil Soup: Tru's Spicy Red Lentil Soup is bound to warm you up on these cold spring days while we wait for the sun to make an appearance...


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