With a tasty tomato harvest, you'll find you have one of the easiest and most flavoursome crops to preserve, and Helen McKerral has some tips to help you fill your pantry with goodness!
Freezing fruit is a great way to enjoy their seasonal abundance all year round.
It's not hard to make black garlic says PENNY WOODWARD, so give it a go following her helpful instructions.
Bottle lemons for a tangy addition to tagines and roast meat.
Rhubarb and ginger make a warming, wintry jam, writes ALECIA WOOD.
ALECIA WOOD describes how to add chamomile blossoms to quince for a wintry jam with a twist.
If you love coriander, it’s hard to imagine you could ever have too much in the garden, but when you do, you could turn it into a delicious coriander pesto, writes PHIL DUDMAN.
From bottling to drying, PHIL DUDMAN and JULIE RAY give the lowdown on harvesting and preserving your bumper crops to create a year’s supply of gourmet goodies.
After harvesting garlic in the wet, SIMON WEBSTER needs help drying it out.
Pumpkins are one of those easy-grow organic crops that are incredibly prolific. PHIL DUDMAN shares his tips for storing your excess along with a warming pumpkin recipe for winter.