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Some of the world's finest apples grow in British orchards, and autumn is the time to enjoy them.
Tuck into a plate of Britain's traditional pub fare – those wholesome staples, bangers and mash.
Serve up a roast to remember with this easy pork recipe.
Chicken is cooked with apple juice or cider in this French-inspired recipe.
Use chicken or turkey breasts, flattened, instead of the pork, if you like.
This sweet and spicy relish would be the ideal accompaniment to roast pork.
Stuffed apples are a great addition to the Christmas day spread and an exciting side-dish.
After all the rich food on Christmas Day, this crisp, fresh walnut salad is exactly what you need to cut through any festive indulgence.
This simple salad made with smoked mackerel, apple and chorizo makes a perfect starter for 4.
Debbie Major's apple and walnut chutney recipe is a classic recipe that has been passed down to her through her family.
These have the spicy flavour of Eccles cakes without the fatty pastry.
Sticky, gooey and sweet, this dessert apple recipe can be finished over the bonfire.
This moist apple cake is relatively low in calories and saturated fat, which means you can afford to have two slices!
There are as many versions of this apple cake recipe as there are cooks but we love this lemony one. Serve with clotted cream.
This beautiful, great-tasting cake, created by delicious. reader Trisha Jones, graced our October 2013 cover.
Toffee apples and millionaire shortbread? This is the sweet treat of champions.
The perfect teatime treat. Make the most of British apples with this autumnal version of gingerbread cake.
The crumble recipe just got better! British apples are perfect in this delicious apple dessert.
Try this fantastic spiced apple strudel recipe, made with almonds, sultanas, cinnamon and raspberry conserve.
This comforting seasonal pie has a simple fold-over pastry crust for a rustic homemade look.
Combine British apples with custard for a twist on this comforting British pudding.
This recipe uses bramley and braeburn apples with stem ginger and an oaty, almond and ginger biscuit crumble on top.
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