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Areas we deliver to include Portlethen, Muchalls, Newtonhill, Stonehaven, Catterline, Kinneff, Inverbervie, Gourdon, Johnshaven, St Cyrus and Laurencekirk.
- Black kale
Black kale, also known as Tuscan kale or dinosaur kale has dark blue-green leaves, with a bumpy texture likened to dinosaur skin. It has a slightly sweeter and more delicate taste than normal curly kale
- Curly Kale
Now hailed as one of the super healthy foods, full of goodness with iron and antioxidants not just for soup, kale can be eaten on its own as a nutrional accompaniment for any dish.
- Flower Sprouts
This new breed of green vegetable is a cross between Brussels sprouts and kale and has become increasingly popular due to its classification as a superfood due to it being a good source of vitamins and dietary fibre. They’re around 4 or 5cm in diameter and have a sweet, nutty flavour. They can be steamed … Continue reading “Flower Sprouts”
Winter time is leek time, and they’re a truly versatile vegetable. They have a milder, sweeter flavour than onions and a smooth texture similar to asparagus. Leeks can be cooked in all sorts of different and delicious ways : fried, baked, roasted, steamed, braised & even raw in salads. This makes them an easy prepare … Continue reading “Leeks”
- Red cabbage
With a sweeter flavour than round white cabbage, red cabbage makes a great accompaniment to any roast meal.
- Round cabbage
Round cabbage is widely consumed raw, cooked, or preserved in a great variety of dishes. Popular boiled and served with mince and tatties or roast beef, this cabbage can also be used raw in salads or as the primary ingredient in coleslaw. It’s great in stews or soups too.
- Savoy cabbage
With its dark green crinkly or curled leaves, Savoy cabbage has quite a different texture and appearance to white, spring or green cabbages. It has loose tender leaves and a mellow flavour and is suitable for steaming, boiling. It can also be stir-fried or used as a wrap for fillings.