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In January's seasonal food you will find rich game meats to complement hearty root vegetables. You will also see an abundence of sweet winter fruits and nuts such as oranges and pomegranates.
Try one of these wonderful recipes with this flavoursome bird in a pie, as a roast or make a terrine.
Bring in the game birds and light the Christmas candles – we’re heading for the country. Make the most of British comfort food with these hearty game recipes.
Venison has a flavour reminiscent of beef, but is richer and leaner. These handpicked recipes showcase it beautifully.
Try one of our wonderful succulent duck recipes with this versatile meat.
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.
Sea bass is a textured, firm white fish with a meaty texture. Try one of our wonderful sea bass recipes for a flavoursome meal.
The humble leek really packs a flavourful punch. Try creamy leek gratin, leek and blue cheese baked risotto or leek and chorizo puff pastry tart.
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.
Cabbage doesn't have to be boring. Get some inspiration for how to glamourise this winter favourite with these gorgeous cabbage recipes.
Earthy, vibrant, good in cake. What's not to love about beetroot? Try these recipes, including Greek beef burger with beetroot salad, smoked salmon and beetroot carpaccio and chocolate beetroot cake.
Cauliflower is pleasingly versatile – boil it, roast it, steam it, stir-fry it, or eat it raw in one of these seasonal cauliflower recipes.
Fruit and nuts
Walnuts are perfect for pasta and salads, and paired with goat's cheese. Try these fantastic walnut recipes.
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.
Cranberries, pomegranates and quinces are magical ingredients and their perfumed scent will fill your kitchen. Try them in one of these wonderful recipes.
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.
Are your orange consumption habits confined to orange juice and the odd fruit salad? Try these delicious recipes using oranges and make the most of your citrus fruit. Use them to add a sweet sharp edge to savoury dishes or try them in orange cake, carrot cake or decadent chocolate orange desserts.
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