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Make the most of the abundance of seasonal produce for meat, fish, vegetables and fruit in October.
We love cooking with lamb for a roast, barbecue or in a curry. Try some of our favourite lamb recipes.
Make the most of British comfort food with these hearty game recipes for venison, pheasant, rabbit, guinea fowl and partridge.
Try one of these wonderful recipes with this flavoursome bird in a pie, as a roast or make a terrine.
Fish and shellfish
Mackerel is one of our favourite oily fish, plus it tastes great with these recipes griddled, smoked or in a pâté.
British mussels are at their most succulent in the chilly 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 globe artichoke is a versatile vegetable and can be stuffed, boiled, roasted and added to flavour dishes.
We love the earthy flavour and versatile nature of nutritious beetroot. Here are some beetroot recipes, including a cake.
Try watercress in a soup, salad or as an accompaniment to strongly flavoured meat.
Kale goes perfectly with game, soups and hearty stews. Try one of these recipes to make the most of this nutritious vegetable.
Chanterelles, porcini (or ceps), horn-of-plenty (trompette de la mort) and morels. Make the most of wild mushrooms with these recipes.
Aubergine or 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.
Warming pumpkin and squash recipes for soups, curries and pies. Make the most of this versatile vegetable.
Walnuts are perfect for pasta, salads and paired with goat's cheese. Try these fantastic walnut recipes.
Pears are ideal fodder for salads, desserts and with cheese, as our pear recipes show.
Savoury or sweet, apples are always a treat, and they come into their own at this time of year, complementing meat and filling pies and cakes.
British plums taste perfectly sweet and/or tart. They are versatile stone fruit and develop an intense flavour when cooked.
This fruit works perfectly with savoury dishes as well as used in puddings and desserts. Why not try cooking one of our favourite fig recipes.
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