UPDATE: Sorry, all the bundles are now gone. Keep an eye out for our next giveaway.
It’s time for another busy week! Luckily we’re giving away 500 FREE pasta bundles, perfect for quick midweek meals. Each bundle contains four delicious products from The Fresh Pasta Company. Find out what’s in each bundle and how to claim yours below.
Since appearing in England in the 1500s, lemons have gained the status of kitchen essential: handy and versatile, their zest and juice have long been used to preserve, season, and add perfume and flavour to a wide range of recipes. There’s more to a lemon than it’s zing, though: the variety as much as the growing method and region can make a noticeable difference in the flavour of the fruit.
UPDATE 2: Sorry, all the bundles are now gone. Keep an eye out for our next giveaway.
UPDATE: The soup is now out of stock in some areas, but don’t worry: the voucher code will still work for everyone. If the soup is out of stock for you, you can still add the other five products for free and save over £14.
Celebrating the sun, or is this week a washout? Cheer up: we’re giving away 500 free Italian food bundles with your next shop. Each bundle is worth over £16 and contains six quick-to-prepare Italian products, so you can add a little sunshine to dinner.
Find out what’s in each bundle and how to claim yours below.
Simon’s Goats Cheese Cannelloni is a delicious vegetarian meal that meat-eaters will love too. As well as being a deeply satisfying comfort food dish, it is also full of healthy vegetables, making it an ideal family dinner. It is also a great dish for entertaining because you can prepare it ahead of time and bake when ready to eat. Continue reading →
As the days get warmer and longer, a bounty of wild, foraged produce starts coming into season. Few things say ‘spring’ more than wild leaves and shoots. Their vibrant yet delicate appearance and their fresh, fragrant taste embody it in all its aspects and characteristics. Wild garlic is one such leaf, and its season is keenly awaited every year by chefs and home cooks alike.
For a long time we have been arguing that some of the best tomatoes are grown in the cooler months. Every year, this conviction is reaffirmed as soon as we taste the first ones coming into season in late January. The small, ribbed Marinda tomatoes grown in Sicily are one of these winter and spring varieties, and arguably one of the most interesting tomato varieties currently grown in the world.