Make seasonal food – Tick!

I just love to cook and eat at this time of year. After a cold day out and about, there is nothing nicer than coming home to the smell of a casserole or stew bubbling away in the slow cooker. We love good old fashioned, simple food, with seasonal British ingredients where we can, so I have been including a lot of apples, squash and pumpkin in my cooking. I don’t claim to be a terribly good cook, but I thought I’d share some of the typical things we eat in the Autumn and Winter, just very simple family comfort food.

  1. Slow Cooked Sausage Casserole.

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2. Apple Crumble (Freshly picked from the orchard) and custard (from a tin haha!)

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3.Slow Cooked Chicken Casserole.

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4. Halloween Witch’s Brew Brownies

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5.Chunky Beef Stew with Herby Dumplings

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6. Bonfire Night Chocolate Apples

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In short. not massively good for the waistline but perfect for warming up after a day in the cold!

You can view the rest of our Autumn Bucket List HERE

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3 thoughts on “Make seasonal food – Tick!

  1. Le Coin de Mel says:

    I’m not a fan of the cold and lack of light in the autumn/winter, but I have to say comfort food is my favourite: one-pot dishes, sweet treats, hot chocolate, hearty soup, stews…. Yum…

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