INTRODUCING OUR FLAVOURS OF JANUARY

A RAINBOW FULL OF FLAVOUR

January has arrived and we're showcasing some new and exciting seasonal ingredients. Let us take you on a journey with vibrant colours, bold flavours and sensational Michelin-star recipes to elevate your home cooking and make the most of this incredible produce.

BLOOD ORANGES

During the winter, European citrus are at their juiciest and sweetest, with blood oranges perfectly in season from January to March. With thick pitted skin, they often have a reddish blush and have distinctive dark flesh, are sweet in flavour and tend to have a delicious raspberry edge. The juice, flesh and zest can all be used to add a sweet, juicy tang to both sweet and savoury dishes.

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YORKSHIRE FORCED RHUBARB

With a unique Northern heritage, Yorkshire Forced Rhubarb is now only grown by a handful of British producers including Tomlinson's Farm in Leeds. First grown in Yorkshire in the 1870s, this technique sees the rhubarb grown in sheds in total darkness at 13¬įC, 'forcing' the growth to create its delicate sweet flavour and bright colour. Picked by candlelight, this incredible ingredient is only available to enjoy for less than eight weeks from January to February.

Discover Yorkshire Forced Rhubarb in this week's Best in Season Selection.

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FLAVOUR KIT

Searching for flavour? Our flavour kit is packed with it - from the strong flavours of garlic, a little heat from red chillis, the warming taste of ginger and a zesty citrus squeeze of lime - you're set to take your home cooking to the next level.

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FIND YOUR INSPIRATION

YORKSHIRE RHUBARB TRIFLE WITH GINGER WINE SOAKED PARKIN

Try James Mackenzie's delicious dessert recipe combining the classic flavour combination of rhubarb and ginger - with sticky ginger parkin, sweet Chantilly cream and tart rhubarb.

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BLOOD ORANGE MOUSSE WITH BLOOD ORANGE SORBET

This recipe by Galton Blackiston, owner and chef patron of the Michelin-starred Morston Hall County House Hotel and Restaurant showcases the deep red hue of the in season blood oranges. Creating a vibrant and eye catching dessert, packed full of wonderfully refreshing citrus flavours.

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