Roast lamb dinner

Easter Dinners

Easter Dinners There’s nothing better on Easter weekend than to sit around the table and enjoy an extended big family meal with all the Easter trimmings. This Easter will be different again, of course, like millions of other families around the world for the 2nd year running we will continue to be separated from our wider families and friends so there will be no crowded, overflowing table to gather around this Spring. In this…

Vegetarian Ramen with spinach, carrot, mushrooms and egg

Vegetarian Ramen

Vegetarian Ramen – Eat Healthy for Less Time: 25 mins Serves 2 £1.45 per serving Dress up instant noodles with this quick and easy vegetarian ramen recipe. Enjoy fresh vegetables, noodles and authentic flavours. This dish costs £1.45 per serving. Let us know if you have a go at this dish and tag us in…

halloumi broccoli skewers

Purple Sprouting Broccoli

Purple Sprouting Broccoli Purple sprouting broccoli is a delicacy that is equal to asparagus.  It is packed with vitamin C and is a good source of carotenoids, iron, folic acid, calcium, fibre, vitamin A and B. It also contains the phytochemical sulforaphane, thought to help prevent cancer and which may provide resistance against heart disease, osteoporosis and…

Spinach rotolo

National Spinach Day

National Spinach Day On March 26th each year, National Spinach Day reminds us of the health benefits packed into this leafy green vegetable. Not only are there so many delicious ways that you can enjoy spinach, but it is also incredibly good for you! Thought to have originated in ancient Persia, Arab traders carried spinach…

salmon and avocado waffles

International Waffle Day

International Waffle Day! International Waffle Day is a worldwide sensation where people make and eat waffles and share their love on social media. There’s no doubt that waffles are amazing! But whilst most people know their favourite ways to top their waffle, the history of the food’s origins is more vague—Belgian, perhaps? History of Waffles…

A man barbecuing

Brush off your barbecues

Brush off your barbecues From the 29th March, you can entertain up to 6 people in your back yard. It’s great to see the weather becoming milder and the sun making a few appearances, it’s the perfect time to brush off your barbecues and entertain. Here at Heritage, we have you covered with everything you…

Mooli

Mad about Mooli

Mad about Mooli What is a mooli? Mooli or daikon radish is a distant cousin to the common red radish. Known as a cruciferous vegetable related to broccoli, kale and cabbage. Appearing as a big root (the Japanese translation of daikon is big root), the flavour of the daikon isn’t as strong and peppery as…