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This recipe was donated after Harvest's first autumn 'pickle party' to celebrate the many different ways to preserve seasonal gluts.
Fruit leather is a great way to preserve gluts of fruit and it makes a naturally sweet and healthy snack.
A timeless classic - serve warm with custard or ice cream for a delicious autumnal dessert.
An easy dessert made with filo pastry and cooking apples.
A beetroot recipe sure to please even the fussiest customers...
For Speed and Simplicity - use a good store bought ready made pastry. But if you feel like a challenge the recipe includes how to make you own pastry.
A hearty and warming meal throughout the Autumn and Winter
This dish is full of flavour and freezes well so don't be afraid to make more and save for another day.
You can vary the recipe by using pears, plums or apricots, or rhubarb (but use ground ginger instead of cinnamon) or try adding mincemeat as in the holiday version below.
A slightly more technical recipe than our usual options but the possibility of making wine from vegetables seems worth exploring!
Pear and rosemary is a lovely combination which lends itself beautifully to making this no fuss, easy chutney. The addition of chilli is optional, but gives a lovely strong kick in a sweet chutney. This preserve can be eaten fresh or stored for up to a year, but this would depend on how carefully you bottle it.
An unusual and delicious take on a traditional risotto. Enjoy the lovely autumnal earthy flavours...
A simple jam recipe for to preserve those gluts of delicious plums.
The dense, creamy flesh of these squashes marries beautifully with the apple and curry spices to create a delicious and warming autumn soup.
A wonderfully rich Italian pasta sauce recipe that shares some similarities with pesto. It's not all that exciting to look at but the taste is sensational, even if you don't count yourself as a walnut fan.