Category: British Food

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Rhubarb Frangipane Tart

This tart is a simple, easy way to celebrate rhubarb at the height of its season. It’s also quick to make, making it a great dessert option to have up your sleeve.

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Potted Smoked Trout

These gin-infused smoked trout pots are perfect for a simple winter lunch or stylish starter – just serve with plenty of sourdough toast.

Baked apple soft serve
Autumn Flavours British Food Christmas Comfort Food Classics Dessert Dinner Party Ideas Economising Eats Foraging Irish Cooking More Than The Sum Of Its Parts Party Food Sunday Lunch What's In Season: Autumn

Baked Apple Ice Cream

Made using a no-churn method, this baked apple ice cream makes for a deliciously creamy, rich and autumnal dessert option just as it is, and it can be served straight from the freezer thanks to the generous splash of rum in the recipe

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Hedgerow Gin

Made with bullace or damsons instead of sloes, the flavour profile of this ‘hedgerow’ gin is a little less complex than that of sloe gin and it’s ready to drink a lot sooner too, making it great for adding to autumn-themed cocktails or simply serving over ice as a fabulous seasonal tipple. That’s not to say that sloe gin isn’t worth making too in a few weeks’ time – there’s nothing nicer than a thimbleful on a cold dark night in winter – but this simpler alternative is tasting pretty good right now, as a fruity, seasonal segue into autumn.

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Welsh Rarebit Toasts

I’ve always been a fan of Welsh rarebit toasts – my parents used to occasionally make them for lunch on Saturdays when I was small and I could never understand why they tasted so good. Now that I’m older, I understand that they’re pretty much pure ‘umami’. And I also know now just how good they taste with a cold drink.

Autumn Flavours British Food Dessert Dinner Party Ideas More Than The Sum Of Its Parts Sunday Lunch

Gin & Tonic Poached Pears

The gin & tonic combination in these poached pears came about sort of by accident due to having no wine opener (or wine for that matter) in our new place to make my usual poaching recipe, but the G&T version turned out to be a real revelation – the gin gives a light bitterness that works beautifully as a counterpoint to the sweet fruitiness of the pear, and the various aromatics flavour the syrup beautifully.