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celebrating contemporary food culture & recipes from the UK food community —
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celebrating contemporary food culture & recipes from the UK food community —
we've launched a limited collection of handmade ceramics spoon rests in collaboration with Andrea Roman, to keep you company through every recipe you cook. click to shop.
spring 2022
Browse our seasonal edit of recipes from some of the UK’s best food writers, cookbooks & independent restaurants — all in one place.
Safia Shakarchi — Llewelyn's — 2022
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— another pantry is a recipe platform & online food resource that celebrates the UK food industry, from writers and creators, to producers and makers. we share recipes & stories in a way that encourages a seasonal, slow, conscious attitude to food.

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recipes for the week

beautiful, seasonal & simple recipes from the UK food community to take you from spring through to early summer

an evening with —

ixta belfrage, 18th july 2022

Join us for an evening with ex-Ottolenghi chef and food writer Ixta to chat about life, food and Mezcla, her first solo cookbook inspired by the Mexican, Brazilian and Italian flavours she grew up with. You’ll be able to ask Ixta any questions you might have before she takes us through an exclusive recipe from the book for you to cookalong from your kitchen, so dinner will be ready on the table right after the event. Tickets are £10.

cook with the seasons: spring

Spring has arrived and it brings with it longer days, warmer weather and beautifully vibrant, green produce — asparagus, broad beans, peas, spinach, wild garlic and nettles. Read our guide to what’s in season in and around the UK.
Ed Schofield — Osip 2020

the restaurants

This season we’ve got new recipes from South London’s neighbourhood restaurant Llewelyn’s, as well as Lucy Carr-Ellison and Jemima Jones’s beautiful Wild By Tart. Click to cook recipes from some of our favourite chefs and restaurants across the country, including Osip, Aran Bakery, The Good Egg & Jikoni.

how to —

make labneh

Our favourite Middle Eastern yoghurt dip is so much easier to make at home than you think, so we’re here with a step-by-step guide to show you exactly how. Though you can find labneh in supermarkets fairly easily these days, there’s nothing like the homemade stuff. Drizzle it in olive oil, sprinkle it with za’atar and spread it all over your toast, or use it as a base for roasted veg as part of a delicious summer side. Click to see how it’s done and the recipes you can use it with.

Maria Bell — 2017

meet the creatives

meet the contributors

Lizzie Mayson & Frankie Unsworth — Daylesford, 2018

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