Scott Eggleton gives Kate Gatacre an Italian-inspired recipe for rabbit
Setting out from the iconic lighthouse at Sutton Bridge, Kate Gatacre discovers the thriving Fenland Wildfowlers' Association and the history of its marshes beyond the sea wal
Kate Gatacre discovers that simplicity wins out when Chris Coubrough cooks partridge
Continuing in her quest to find the best fowling sites in Britain, Kate Gatacre goes out with Alan Jarrett, chairman of the Kent fowlers, for a taste of Medway magic
In the first of a new series exploring the best fowling sites around Britain, Kate Gatacre visits the changing landscape of the Severn Estuary with the Gloucestershire WA
Kate Gatacre celebrates the taste of strawberries, symbol of perfection and romance.
Leek and potato soup, whether hot or cold, liquidised or not, is one of the greats. It has a sweetness and subtlety of flavour that is universally adored. This is…
Use the smaller, less round artichokes for this Roman recipe. This works as a delicious starter or salad with cold meat.
A delicious tea-time summer treat
Pliny may have thought artichokes were "one of the earth's monstrosities" but to Kate Gatacre this edible thistle makes for the most sociable summer eating
A sniff of almost any herb can inspire delightful memories and even more delightful food, so even if you can only manage a window box, start sowing.
We all drink Ribena, so why don’t we eat blackcurrants, the summer superfood? Kate Gatacre celebrates summer pudding and one of the most brilliant of all berries