Blog Posts - Spring Recipes



Apple and Elderflower Smoothie

This Apple and Elderflower Smoothie offers an early summer twist on a refreshing and healthy classic. Get out foraging and make the most of this delightful flower whilst you still can! The sun is shining here in Cornwall, however briefly, so to cele...
by Hedgecombers on Jun 27, 2016

BBQ Beef Koftas

These BBQ Beef Koftas are a yummy way to stretch a packet of minced beef and cook something a little different over the coals this summer. Hands up, I’ve never made Koftas before. The first batch I made were HUGE, and they promptly fell off th...
by Hedgecombers on Jun 1, 2016

Marinated Broad Beans

These Marinated Broad Beans are my idea of summer in a jar! Bursting with flavour, they’ll be the highlight of any buffet, Ploughmans or lunch box. This week I had the surreal experience of opening a magazine and seeing my words, recipes and ph...
by Hedgecombers on May 6, 2016

Blended Strawberry Watermelon Margarita Recipe

It’s patio sitting and sipping time! Which means we are ready another of our yummy drink recipes! We have had some beautiful spring weather! How glad are you to have spring weather? My Mr. has cleaned off the grill. We are&#...
by Dear Creatives on Apr 26, 2016

Beef in Guinness with Wild Garlic Dumplings

This Beef in Guinness with Wild Garlic Dumplings is the mother of all stews. It’s rich, comforting and full of delicious flavours.  This recipe for Beef in Guinness with Wild Garlic Dumplings was meant to be made in a Dutch oven over a camp fi...
by Hedgecombers on Apr 25, 2016

Pineapple and Dark Rum Instant Sorbet

This Pineapple and Dark Rum Instant Sorbet take minutes to make in a high power blender. It’s light, full of flavour and a delight to share at the end of a meal or on a warm summer evening. Ahhh, the weekend is almost upon us :) We’re hea...
by Hedgecombers on Apr 8, 2016

Anti-inflammatory Golden Milk with Turmeric and Pumpkin Seed.

The post Anti-inflammatory Golden Milk with Turmeric and Pumpkin Seed. appeared first on . Rich in healthy minerals and antioxidants, this pumpkin seed and turmeric loaded golden milk is easy to prepare. A dairy-free drink that can be drunk on itR...
by Franglais Kitchen on Jan 8, 2016

Elderflower Panna Cotta (Deliciously Dairy Free!)

Has anyone seen the film Fed Up? I watched it before my trip round Wales and it freaked me out so much that I downloaded it so I could watch again when I was holed up on campsites with no connection. Freaking scary stuff. A slice of mass produced, g...
by Hedgecombers on Jun 10, 2015

Foodie Friday: Spring Parties - There's An App For That! - Recipes & More

 (Via One Kings Lane)Oh sweet Spring! After this Winter, I think we are all ready to soak up the sunshine and warmer weather. I am ready to celebrate almost anything. A cocktail and an appetizer always does the trick for me. I have gathered a st...
by Shop This on Apr 16, 2015

Strawberry-Rhubarb Trifle

This Strawberry Rhubarb Trifle is a quick and easy dessert to put together for any of your spring gatherings and would be a perfect addition to your Easter table! Layers of Angel Food Cake with fresh strawberry slices, slightly sweet and tangy rhubar...

Nettle and Feta Ravioli

This Nettle and Feta Ravioli is a fun meal to make from scratch and tastes out of this world. Go pluck those weeds from your back garden and put them to good use! Gardeners up and down the country are despairing at the first sight of the invasive sti...
by Hedgecombers on Mar 27, 2015

Nettle and Feta Ravioli

This Nettle and Feta Ravioli is a fun meal to make from scratch and tastes out of this world. Go pluck those weeds from your back garden and put them to good use! Gardeners up and down the country are despairing at the first sight of the invasive sti...
by Hedgecombers on Mar 27, 2015

The Second Edition of All Things Spring

Are y’all as ready for spring as I am? If you’re like me, it can’t get here quick enough! And luckily, it’s that time of month when the All Things Creative Team puts together a roundup of their best ideas about a particular to...
by Cottage at the Crossroads on Feb 24, 2015

Comforting Cream of Celeriac Soup

This Comforting Cream of Celeriac Soup is just the job for days when you need a little extra love. It’s dairy free and yet still creamy, smooth and utterly divine. I’ve become rather uptight about food of late. I’d reached a point w...
by Hedgecombers on Feb 18, 2015

Let in-season produce tantalize your menu

Why not turn your go-to dishes into crowd-pleasing masterpieces by mixing and matching unexpected ingredients? For example, experimenting with in-season produce and international classics can help upgrade your regular stir-fry into a unique Thai curr...
by Cooking Info Hub on Feb 3, 2015

28 Easy Ways To Include Superfoods In Your Everyday Eating.

The word superfood is considered a little controversial, as it implies some kind of positive health inducing activity. Yet all foods are not created equal. Here are some that offer better bang for your buck nutrient-wise. We have scoured our favourit...
by Franglais Kitchen on Nov 9, 2014

Spring Recipe Roundup

 We are experiencing a heat wave here in Queensland at the moment so it feels more like summer than spring. I am not sure spring recipes will be that relevant at this point but I've decided to post this roundup anyway in hopes that spring mig...
by The Whimsical Wife on Oct 28, 2014

Pizza Primavera using refrigerator Pizza dough

Soundbites -little phrases that convey so much more. Politicians live and die by them. One of the most memorable in the food sense is drawn from Michael Pollen’s important thesis on food and eating: ‘Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants&...
by Franglais Kitchen on Jul 14, 2014

Garden News and a Salad of New Potatoes with Za’atar and Preserved Lemons

If I had to look back at my younger urban life, the idea that I would be growing a garden of vegetables and edible flowers would seem strangely…well suburban. I guess that is what ageing and children does to you. Whilst I still bristle at the t...
by Franglais Kitchen on Jun 15, 2014

Spiced Apple and Rhubarb Hand Pies – for mini hands

Rather like the classic French pastry, Chaussons aux Pommes (or even the British Apple Turnover), these hand pies are made with puff pastry, and filled with meltingly soft fruit. Slightly tart rhubarb and cooking apples, some sugar and sweet spices,...
by Franglais Kitchen on May 30, 2014


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