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I like to use pearl barley when making this risotto with goat’s cheese. Pearl barley simply is the barley grain that has been hulled and milled until it resembles small pearls.
The codling moth is responsible for the cartoon-classic worms inside apples and it takes to the air on warm evenings in early summer to mate.
Walking across the meadows in the evening, as the sun is low in the sky, the air appears thick with life.
The first crop from the vegetable patch has confirmed my view that this is going to be a good growing year.
This must be one of the best menus Mya Lacarte’s produced, packed full of local ingredients and, because of the short menu, full of delightful surprises.
English asparagus, Jersey royal new potatoes, spinach and wild garlic all feature in my recipes this month.
A new test for prostate cancer without the need for biopsies is being developed thanks to a collaboration between Royal Berkshire Hospital (RBH) and Reading University.
Cooked beetroot is bursting with nutrients and health benefits and is so easy to cook with, to add to salads, make soups with and, best of all, to bake indulgent cakes with – while still being a little bit healthy.
Chef Andres Alemany and his wife Marie-Lou moved into the Purefoy Arms almost four years ago and they have transformed it into a dining pub – with real emphasis on the dining
In May's edition of food monthly, editor Hilary Scott takes a detailed look at chocolate with a visit to Coworth Park in Ascot.