Category: What’s In Season: Summer

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Cavolo Nero, Feta & Apricot Tart

Perfect for a summertime garden lunch or picnic, this simple savoury tart makes for a deliciously satisfying and quietly impressive option that will please both vegetarians and meat-eaters alike.

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Blueberry & Elderflower Pavlova

Offering a deliberately simple spin on a classic seasonal dessert, this lovely pavlova is a lot easier to make than you’d expect and tastes like summer on a plate.

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Honey Roasted Chicken & Sweetcorn Salad with Homemade Ranch Dressing

Americans are good at salads. Salad in the States doesn’t really mean ‘greens’. It means a big plate with a combination of tastes, textures and temperatures – fresh fruit; raw vegetables; salad leaves; a protein; something crisp and a great dressing to bring it all together like Poppyseed, Thousand Island, or the simple perfection of buttermilk-based Ranch.

More importantly, Americans understand how to bring all of these elements together with a dressing, be it poppyseed and peach, Thousand Island (good in its own retro way) or a simple, buttermilk-based ranch

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End-Of-Summer Soup (Or Chicken & Lemon Minestrone)

With the orzo and citrus flavours, this soup is a bit like that Greek lemon and egg broth Avgolemono; with all the vegetables and herbs, it’s similar to an Italian minestrone, albeit without the tomatoes. Either way it’s lovely and warm and filling and tastes like summer into autumn…