Josiah created this delicious fridge cake and brought it in for our morning coffee break one day. A superbly chocolatey treat that's easy to make.
When we discovered food writer Aine Carlin we couldn't resist sending her some of our carlin peas
. She was delighted to find she shared her name with a pea (after all, her blog is called PeaSoup
!) and quickly put our gift to good use
Our Essex grown and milled quinoa flour
lends a nutty edge to Bread Workshop Sue's
white loaf, it also brings a range of amino acids and micro nutrients not present in wheat flour - delicious and nutritious!
Sue, who looks after our bookkeeping, is a great baker - in fact she teaches bread making all over Norfolk and Suffolk at her Bread Workshops
. Naturally we were delighted when she brought in some of these delicious Carlin pea
This fava bean and tomato loaf with salsa verde topping was one of the dishes served at our Pulse Feast - part of a global celebration to mark the launch of the International Year of Pulses
our talented illustrator, also writes a baking column for EDP Norfolk Magazine
, a few months ago she came up with this gluten free fava bean, ginger and sweet potato cake - easy to bake, great to eat.
has created this amazingly healthy and nutritious desert using our quinoa flour
. It might not look like it but this pudding could count as one of your 5 a day
- better still, it's delicious!
(or black badgers, brown badgers, grey peas, maple peas, black peas...) make a great substitute for Puy lentils or chickpeas in salads, stews, curries and dips
, but traditionally they're eaten 'parched' - particularly in the north of England and especially on Bonfire Night.
This delicious North African inspired stew is great way to use our Red Haricot Beans
) and, as Lindsey says, it's brilliant for dinner or for breakfast.
Hodmedod’s friend Anna Colquhoun, the talented and inspiring culinary anthropologist, has sent us this recipe for Bakla, a traditional split fava bean and dill purée, from her travels in Turkey.
This recipe for a quick but delicious quinoa salad, from our friend Bintu Hardy’s blog Recipes from a Pantry, has become a regular favourite for our deliciously nutty and light British Quinoa.