British HERB Kitchen Blog

THE NOBLE BAY – JANUARY’S HERB OF THE MONTH

THE NOBLE BAY – JANUARY’S HERB OF THE MONTH

Keeping Winter at Bay Bay has been used for hundreds of years as a spicy, warming addition to soups and casseroles. Did you know that it can also impart great flavour to desserts, scones and a variety of pulses?  In our...

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KEEPING THE KIDS HAPPY: FORAGING WITH LITTLE ONES

KEEPING THE KIDS HAPPY: FORAGING WITH LITTLE ONES

The school holidays are here and you’re looking for ideas to keep young minds and bodies active and entertained. We have a great suggestion to add to your holiday arsenal: foraging. It comes with the added benefit of having...

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TASTE OF SUMMER: LEMON VERBENA AND SWEET CICELY

TASTE OF SUMMER: LEMON VERBENA AND SWEET CICELY

For me, Summer means longer days, sunshine and a whole host of food festivals (sign up here for our newsletter for the latest British Herb Kitchen news, movements, recipes and more) but it also sees me shaking up my menus....

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A THOROUGHLY BRITISH PICNIC

A THOROUGHLY BRITISH PICNIC

‘Oh, stop, stop,’ cried the Mole in ecstasies: ‘This is too much!’. That’s the reaction of Mole when Ratty tells him what’s inside the picnic basket at the beginning of The Wind in the Willows. With rumours of a long, dry...

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