Grow Forage Cook

An exploration of fresh food

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Foxes are a reality of living in an urban area, and they can be destructive. But there’s an easy way to deter them.

Support For Climbing Plants

How to support your climbing plants, using canes.

Pomegranate Seed Ice Cubes

Pomegranate seed ice cubes are fun to make, look good and are delicious.


Raspberries are so easy to grow that your main problem is stopping them take over the garden!


Pesto is a great way to easily use up a large amount of leaves.

Beech Nuts

I have many happy memories of foraging for beech nuts with my dad.


When you’re in British woodlands in September-November, look for the spiky husks on the ground containing this sweet nut.

5 Top Tips for Beginner Gardeners

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My five best bits of advice for anyone thinking of starting to grow their own food.

Sorrel Soup

Sorrel has a beautiful lemony flavour that enriches this creamy soup

Strawberry Planter

How to build a strawberry planter out of a wooden pallet.

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