Sauces & Soups

Turkey Soup

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Turkey Soup By Diana Earnshaw When you have used all the meat on the turkey, you will be left with the carcass but this can provide even more nutrition. If you don’t want to boil the bones immediately, bash them up and freeze them for another time. Also… Read More »Turkey Soup

Olive Oil Dip

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Olive Oil Dip By Diana Earnsahw, Volunteer Contributor Here’s a gorgeous Olive Oil Dip for True Food’s Olive bread! Recipe courtesy of Kitchme.com Relevant article: Fat does not make you fat. Ingredients 4 tbsp olive oil 5 cloves of garlic 2 tbsp balasamic vinegar 2 tbsp parmesan cheese (optional) 1… Read More »Olive Oil Dip

Watercress Soup

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Watercress Soup By Diana Earnshaw, Volunteer Contributor Ideal for those slightly cooler summer evenings. Courtesy of BBC Good Food. Related article: Summer greens Related recipe to try: Avocado & Spinach Breakfast Smoothie Ingredients 15ml/1 tbsp olive oil/butter 1 small onion, chopped 1 small stick celery 350g/12oz potato, peeled… Read More »Watercress Soup

Carrot and orange Soup

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Carrot and Orange Soup By Diana Earnshaw Root vegetables and their health benefits Roasted Root Vegetables recipe Ingredients 500g carrots, washed and sliced 1 small onion (appx. 100g) chopped The rind and juice of 1 orange 1 litre vegetable or chicken stock Salt and pepper 1 small old… Read More »Carrot and orange Soup

Bone Broth

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LOVEly soup: Bone Broth By Diana Earnshaw Can there be anything more heart-warming than a bowl of homemade soup?  We all use the odd tin of soup for speed and convenience and they are much more sophisticated than 50 years ago. If they are organic, you will also… Read More »Bone Broth

Vegetable Broth

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LOVEly soup: Vegetable Broth Can there be anything more heart-warming than a bowl of homemade soup?  We all use the odd tin of soup for speed and convenience and they are much more sophisticated than 50 years ago. If they are organic, you will also be receiving some… Read More »Vegetable Broth

Cooking under pressure

Cooking under pressure With so much produce around at the moment, one of the best things you can do with surplus fruit and tomatoes is to bottle. It sounds hard, but is actually very easy once you know how.  The best tool around for this is a pressure… Read More »Cooking under pressure

Green tomato chutney

Greek Lamb Other recipes: Slow Roast Lamb & Lamb Tagine Lamb epitomises spring. The grass is starting to grow and become more nutritious and the nutrients are concentrated in grazing animals. Lamb is absolutely at its best. True Food stocks many cuts of lamb – why not experiment with a different cut… Read More »Green tomato chutney

Minestrone

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Minestrone By Diana Earnshaw, Volunteer Contributor It is said that there are as many recipes for minestrone as there are Italian cooks! No doubt they are thrifty. The great thing about minestrone is that so many different leftovers can be incorporated. Use whichever meat is available, use the… Read More »Minestrone