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Vegetables in season and what to do with them: Beetroot and Spring Onion

Vegetables in season and what to do with them: Beetroot and Spring Onion

The Parsnipship brings seasonal veg to the table with some quick ideas of what to do with it! In season for July: Beetroot Make a tapenade by blending cooked beets with black olives, garlic, olive oil and seasoning. Serve with salad leaves on warm bread rolls Juice beets with apples and grapefruit for a health-boosting […]

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Vegetables in season and what to do with them: Fennel and Aubergine

Vegetables in season and what to do with them: Fennel and Aubergine

The Parsnipship brings seasonal veg to the table with some quick ideahttp://theparsnipship.co.uk/wp-admin/post-new.phps of what to do with it! In season for July: Fennel Grate and combine with seasonal rocket and Puy lentils, serve with a mustard and lemon vinegrette Cut fennel bulbs in half and saute in butter or vegan margarine, with a little sugar […]

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Vegetables in season and what to do with them: Courgettes and Tomatoes

Vegetables in season and what to do with them: Courgettes and Tomatoes

The Parsnipship brings seasonal veg to the table with some quick ideas of what to do with it! In season for July: Courgettes Slice them lengthways and griddle, drizzle with lemon juice, season and serve with salad Grate raw with carrot and mix with toasted mixed seeds and olive oil. Enjoy with homemade hummus Tomatoes […]

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The Parsnipship features in The Independent

The Parsnipship got some national press recongition at the weekend, with a mention in an article about food at Glastonbury Festival 2013. Reporter Will Dean joined forces with resident festival food blogger Stephen Thomas to take readers through a tour of some of the different cuisines available to the hundreds of thousands of visitors. Our […]

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Busy morning crew

Not So Lazy Sunday Morning…Breakfast Time

We’re so pleased our Parsnipship Breakfast is going down so well – never have we cracked so many eggs to fry up to go with our veggie haggis, smoked beans and patatas bravas! Run down so far: 0 bands watched by Ben 400+ eggs cracked yesterday alone 1 Polar bear – gone missing! Who knows […]

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Glastonbury Festival

Getting warmed up for the crowds at Glastonbury

The Parsnipship team on the ground at this year’s Glastonbury Festival opened the hatches at 4pm yesterday and were trading well into the night down in Farmers Market area of the The Greenpeace Field! It was a great way to get everyone working together and the kitchen swinging in preparation for the next few days […]

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