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Make the most of ripe and juicy British berries while they’re in season with this luscious fruit tart. The addition of fresh thyme to the custard adds depth and a subtle earthiness to offset those …
At Cawston Press we love coming up with new ways to use our apple juice. It is such a versatile ingredient and can be used in a number of sweet and savoury dishes. It also makes a great, natural sweetener in place of sugar, whilst adding a little of its own delicious, delicate flavour.
A delicious cheese and onion pasty recipe that is simple enough to make with your children.
A fresh orange and herb pasta salad, full of colour and healthy vegetables. A great recipe for kids to make as it looks great on a plate and is healthy too!
Using this vegan recipe you can make delicious hot cross buns. Seasonal treats for you to enjoy that are made without using sugar.
Using Carob to make easter eggs is not only vegan, but also naturally sweet, and contains no caffeine or theobromine which can be over stimulating to some people.
This exotic dish includes lots of Fairtrade ingredients like our own Fairtrade peanut butter, spices and basmati rice. We cooked this at a special Fairtrade Fortnight event and it went down a treat!
This Fairtrade dish makes a great dinner party starter or a filling lunch. We cooked this dish at our Fairtrade pop-up restaurant in the Suma canteen and it was very well received. It uses simple ingredients like Fairtrade tinned beans combined with some fresh vegetables and herbs for punchy flavour combinations.
Watching technique videos on the internet made me vaguely confident of scaling the recipe up a touch and by rummaging through Suma’s 60,000-sq/ft store cupboard it was easy to give my version Fairtrade status. What could possibly go wrong?
This Fairtrade Fortnight we decided to push the boat out and host a three-course Fairtrade dinner in our very own Suma canteen.
With the help of a few candles, fairy lights and a bit of mood …