28 October 2020
Autumn comfort food
From the falling leaves to Halloween themed decorations, it is unmistakably autumn outside. But what are we all cooking at home inside? We open up our recipe books to share with you our most popular autumn meals and seasonal eating ideas.
Reconnect with seasonal food
For Autumn walks
On a mission to find conkers or strolling through your local park this autumn - it can all be hungry work. Pasties, sausage rolls and yes, chocolate bacon bites are all great handy-sized treats to add to your backpack and share with the family. Take a thermos with you to keep our delicious Smokey Bacon and Watercress Soup warm, to enjoy during a well deserved break from kicking those autumnal leaves.
Family favourite sausage recipes
We think these sausage dinners tick all the necessary 'warming', 'hearty' and 'satisfying' boxes for a winning autumn family meal. Take a peak at our easy sausage recipes and give them a go.
One pot meals
Easy to make, these hot pots are like a cuddle on a plate! Just throw in the veg, herbs and delicious pork in the pot and cook up your new favourite midweek meal, with minimal effort and washing up. These meals are also ideal for batch cooking and storing in the freezer. Find out how to cook ahead with batch cooking for the family.
Perfect Pulled Pork
Delicious slow cooked pulled pork is easy to make from home. With minimal prep and all the ingredients in one pot in the oven (or a slow cooker), all you need to do is leave it alone and let it work its magic. Plus don't forget the leftovers! You could get a few family meals out of one pork shoulder, making it a convenient and budget-friendly option too.
Want more autumn recipes?
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