We don't want your side dishes (be they vegetables or salads) to play second fiddle, we want them to sing along side the main event! We have loads of perfectly put together flavoursome dishes to form part of a sharing feast or serve as accompaniments to your main meal. We like our salads to be exciting & well dressed, & we like our vegetables to be seasonal (We don't want to eat asparagus in Autumn do we??) Here are just a few of our faves.
Baby Roast Potatoes
Baby roast potatoes with rosemary.
Creamy mash – plain with good butter, or with cheese, or garlic, or olive oil, or spring greens, or mustard... just about anything really.
Garlic button mushrooms.
Steamed or griddled asparagus (best in spring of course).
National Asparagus Day is 23rd April, Shakespeare’s birthday!
Hassleback potatoes with sea salt.
New potatoes tossed in butter & fresh mint.
Petit pois with softened onion and rosemary.
Braised red cabbage, with apple & onion.
Roasted root vegetables in olive oil & thyme
Slow Roasted Fennel
Slow roasted fennel in white wine
Spring greens with cream & button onions.
Steamed green beans, mange tout and sugar snaps in herb butter.
Baby summer vegetables with lemon vinaigrette.
Allotment salad (with or without cold poached chicken) & with homemade tarragon salad cream.
Baby Broad Bean
Baby broad bean, mint, lemon and olive oil with Pecorino shavings.
Baby Spinach Salad
Baby spinach, avocado & pancetta salad.
Caesar salad (with or without griddled chicken).
Endive, Roquefort and pear with walnut dressing.
Griddled asparagus with quails eggs, parmesan shavings and crispy pancetta.
Pesto Rice Salad
Pesto rice salad with spring onions, toasted pine nuts and parmesan shavings.
Waldorf salad with crisp apple and walnuts and melted Camembert dressin