Recipes

March Eat the Seasons: Wild Garlic

Wonderful wild garlic was the subject of March's seasonal celebration; make sure you check out our video recipe at the bottom of the piece! Glossy green carpets of wild garlic can be found all around the UK (and Europe) at this time of year. You’ll smell it before you

February Eat the Seasons: Rhubarb

This February we celebrated Rhubarb - and we've collaborated with chef and friend of CED Fabrizio Ricotta who's written a recipe for a beautiful rhubarb and custard tart for us. Here at Cook Eat Discover we have one foot in the UK and one in Italy. Our cooking holidays and

Zero-Waste Carrot Leaf Pesto

We're delighted to introduce a new contributor to CED Magazine: Alba Gelli, who has written about this ingenious pesto, passed down to her from her nonna. Alba is the author of Femicate, a lifestyle blog about intentional living that combines her passions for good food and writing. Currently living in

January Eat the Seasons: Leeks

Mid winter can be a bit of a lean period for seasonal veg, but the noble leek is harvested throughout the colder months, and you can make all sorts of delicious things with it. All hail the leek! Check out our video recipe at the bottom of the page for

December Eat the Seasons: Brussels Sprouts

I feel like sprouts are going through a bit of a renaissance. Nowadays, everyone wants a piece of them! When I was a kid, saying you liked Brussels Sprouts would make you as unpopular as saying you didn’t like football. They were infamous. I’m sure this had something

November Eat the Seasons: Cauliflower

We're delighted to bring you the first of a new monthly feature: Eat the Seasons! Seasonality of ingredients is super important to us, and we are therefore championing a different fruit or vegetable each month while it's at its best. That means all sorts of chat relating to whatever beautiful

Video Recipe: Heavenly Ragu - The ultimate meat sauce for pasta!

As is the case with many great Italian dishes, this is not a complicated thing to make, but it does need plenty of time to cook so that it can develop its full flavour. Ideally 4 hours minimum! For this recipe we have a video guide you can watch that
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