The first WW2-era recipe we chose to recreate is black pudding hotpot.
Given the shortage of onions during WW2, it’s not surprising that there aren’t many wartime recipes in which they play a starring role.
This year I sowed two different climbing beans – Blauhilde and Helda.
One of the treats astronaut Tim Peake talks about fondly is the ‘maple-top muffin’, which is a pre-packaged MRE (Meal, Ready to Eat).
Just after Christmas, Jack Monroe posted a recipe for some bread she made to use up some just-out-of-date yoghurt that was sitting in the fridge.
Anton has been experimenting with other uses for his tomatillo harvest, and has come up with two recipes you might like to try.