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July brings cherries, hedgerows heavy with berries, fennel to liven up salads and lots of other summer favourites including strawberries and raspberries.
With such an abundance of seasonal produce it's time to get in the kitchen and make the most of everything July has to offer. To give you a helping hand here are some seasonal recipe collections.
Venison has a flavour reminiscent of beef, but is richer and can have a gamey note. Venison tends to have a finer texture and is leaner than comparable cuts of beef.
We love the delicate flavour of new season spring lamb, so why not try some of our favourite recipes.
Crab meat is flavoursome yet delicate treat. Pick it up from your local fishmonger or supermarket when it's in season and why not even have a go picking the meat yourself?
Mackerel is one of our favourite oily fish, plus it tastes great!
Prawn cocktail, hot and spicy prawn curry or tossed with pasta for a light lunch? The prawn is one of the most popular types of seafood.
Packed with brain-boosting omega 3 fatty acids salmon is incredibly good for you and it doesn't taste half bad either. Here's some of our best salmon recipes to get your tastebuds going.
Love peas but never quite sure what to do with them? Serve them mushy with fish and chips, pureed with a little mint, or add to salads, pasta dishes or risottos. Alternatively, blitz them up and make a pea soup.
The globe artichoke is related to the thistle, with edible leaves and base of the flower. This versatile vegetable can be stuffed, boiled, roasted and added to flavour dishes.
Not only is it available all year round, it really does come in all these colours!
Broccoli has twice the vitamin C of an orange and as much calcium as whole milk. To keep those nutrients in lightly steam until the broccoli turns bright green and is still a little firm.
To Brits they're the exotic aubergine, to Americans and Australians the eggplant – most think it's a vegetable but it's actually a berry, and you'll find it in an array of global cuisines, for good reason.
Spinach is a great source of vitamins. It's popular, delicious and versatile in salads, pasta, pies and tarts.
Ancient Britons used it to protect against evil, it, er, repels fleas, and makes a welcome addition to myriad dishes from stews to salads...
Cherries are one of Britain's best-loved ingredients and are enjoying a well deserved revival. Celebrate this wonderful fruit with our favourite cherry recipes.
It's strawberry season, hallelujah, and our fresh strawberry recipes are sweet treats of loveliness.
Raspberries are set to benefit from the recent weather conditions and will be bigger and juicier than ever this summer, say British berry growers. The perfect mix of sweet and tart, celebrate them with these wonderful recipes.
Good for so much more than crumble, consider using it in chutney or as an accompaniment to pork, duck or oily fish.
The Gooseberry is a fruit often found in desserts, pickled and even preserved. We have selected some of the best recipes for you to try with this versatile tangy berry.
Blueberries are packed with antioxidants and totally delicious. Whether they're in muffins, pancakes or served simply with a dollop of yoghurt these little blue beauties are a real treat!
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