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  • Autumnal Root Vegetable Soup

    A deliciously comforting combination of fresh root vegetables and herbs that’s sure to be a winner as the days grow cooler.

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  • Bubble and Squeak

    This traditional Bubble and Squeak recipe is a great way to use up your leftovers. The base is potato and you can use any vegetables you like. Perfect when served with grilled sausages or eggs for a fantastic quick and easy meal breakfast or brunch.

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  • Chicken Pie

    A creamy and comforting recipe to feed the family. Crisp buttery pastry jam-packed with flavour and a fantastic way to get the kids to eat more vegetables.

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  • Classic Fish Pie

    Simple, creamy and scrumptious, it’s easy to make and great for lunch or dinner. The mashed potato can be decorated anyway you like, try some nice patterns or simply rough up with a fork, as long it’s moist and soft, the pie will be great.

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  • Easy Gratin Dauphinoise

    This classic French creamed potato gratin dish is world-famous, and goes perfectly with lamb, casseroles or ham.

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  • Potato Pancakes

    This Potato Pancakes reicpe transforms your leftover mashed potato into delicious potato pancakes that melt in your mouth. Fantastic for breakfast or brunch.

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  • Potato Soup

    For a rich, warming soup that will give you a lovely homely feel, this recipe is ideal. It’s perfect comfort food for the colder months and is delicious served up with rustic bread.

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  • The Crypt Beef Stew

    David Pilling, head chef at St George’s Crypt in Leeds has kindly donated his most popular beef stew recipe. He says ‘We make stew a lot in the Crypt and it can be made with any type of meat (so turkey after Christmas is always on).

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  • Turkey Meatloaf

    Turkey’s in abundance during the festive season, and this meatloaf is a great way to do something a little different. It’s an excellent way to use any leftover turkey you might have and goes really well with mashed potatoes and peas – fantastic comfort food for the colder months.

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  • Turkey Soup

    This Asian style turkey soup is light and easy, yet packed with punchy flavours. We recommend using fine rice noodles as they cook almost instantly. The turkey is lightly sautéed and mixed with chicken stock, ginger, chillies and star anise.

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