As the nights start to draw in and the temperature starts to drop, you might be looking to swap your summer salads for something more warming and wholesome. A host of deliciously warming fruits and vegetables come into season just in time for autumn, including sweet treats like pears and cranberries, to broccoli, swede and celeriac. Read on to find out what delicious things you can cook with them!
You may not have heard much of this little black berry. When you cook them, it is highly recommended to cook for a long time when adding to chutneys, sauces, etc. They also have quite a tart taste, so cooking with cinnamon and nutmeg is recommended to sweeten them up.
Pears are the perfect alternative to an apple, and just like the apple, come in many variations. You can eat them raw, or poach them in delicious spices for a perfect dessert or breakfast! They can also be grilled or roasted, and are delicious with cheeses, particularly blue cheese. They are the ideal versatile autumnal fruit.