The perfect antidote to short, cold winter days is a rich exotic soup. Thanks to Elena Sandor from Eat.Wear.Travel who created this dish on her blog using her home grown mushrooms pictured below. We love the richness from the coconut milk, heat from the spices, and all the bright ingredients compliment the unusual Hot Pink oyster […]
This beautiful winter warmer was created by Silo, the UK’s first zero waste restaurant which Espresso Mushroom Company supplies with their fresh mushrooms. We love the simplicity of the broth, which brings out the rich nutty flavours of the mushrooms at their freshest, accompanied by multiple textures of the mushrooms, purple sprouting broccoli and chestnuts. […]
We first met Chloe at Brighton and Hove Food Festival last Easter, it was a freezing cold weekend (snowing in fact) but despite that Chloe spend enough time at our stand to take some beautiful photos and get interested in our project. That lead to Robbie’s first inverview which you can read her blog Gannet […]
With such a short British Asparagus season you really have to make the most of it – and our home grown oyster mushrooms complement their taste and texture perfectly. The oyster mushrooms keep a firmness when cooked in this way and you’ll love the crispness of the asparagus if you can keep it al dente! […]
For us the Kitchen Garden is a fantastic way for others to experience the excitement of growing your own mushrooms – so we’re delighted to be able to share our first ‘customer recipe’ with you. When Sean from Ethos Public Relations in Manchester sent us a photo of his home-grow, home-made dinner we asked if […]
This is a great Christmas party canapé, it’s really simple to make, tasty and allows your mushroom bouquet to go further… This recipe is quite approximate as we weren’t keeping track of ingredients when we made it – but that just shows you can’t really go wrong! We used pre-made puff pastry – yes […]
This recipe is brought to by Heather from Breakfast by the Sea. She’s a Brighton based food blogger and photographer. As you can see, she takes ace food photos and can bake a mean mushroom tart. We’ve followed the recipe and our tart was also very tasty – although our photos didn’t look as good. […]
This is one of our favourite recipes! It’s really simple and you can taste the oyster mushrooms in their full glory. Great on a lazy Sunday morning for breakfast with a pot of your favourite coffee.