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November's seasonal food is awash with veg that love a nip of frost, especially celeriac and kale. Pears are a treat, and rich game meats complement hearty root vegetables.
Grilled, roasted, stewed or spiced – we love cooking with lamb.
Venison has a flavour reminiscent of beef, but is richer and leaner. These handpicked recipes showcase it beautifully.
Savour the deep, rich flavours of game birds with our collection, including roast partridge with cider gravy, pheasant with cavolo nero and bacon, and venison and chestnut stew.
Fish and shellfish
British mussels are at their most succulent and plentiful in the chilly autumn and winter months. Let us tempt you with our tasty mussel recipes.
Whether you regard them as food of the gods, or spawn of the devil, oysters are a unique culinary experience.
The kingly scallop is available all year round, but the cold winter months are the best time to eat these delightful morsels of loveliness.
Try one of our kale, or curly kale, recipes including a simple kale pesto with pecorino, spaghetti with mackerel, kale and capers or an easy-to-share butternut squash and kale tart.
Cabbage doesn't have to be boring. Get some inspiration for how to glamourise this winter favourite with these gorgeous cabbage recipes.
Celeriac is a root vegetable which tastes similar to celery but with a more wholesome nutty flavour. Seasonal during autumn and winter months, try it in our recipes including remoulade, celeriac soup or in a potato and celeriac gratin.
A beautiful autumn and winter ingredient, these squash recipes are satisfying and warming. Try squash in lots of different recipes including soup, risotto, pie, pasta or simply roasted.
Fruit and nuts
One of autumn's many bounties, pears are endless in their uses. Our selection includes savoury and sweet ideas, including warm salad of pear, scallop and chorizo, rustic pear tart and poached pears in mulled wine.
Sweet, succulent and reminiscent of Christmas, pomegranates don't look like much from the outside, but open this exotic fruit up and you'll find that seeds are truly the jewels in nature's crown.
Some of the world's finest apples grow in British orchards, and autumn is the time to enjoy them.
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