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Riverford Recipe Box – An Organic Feast – Giveaway #72

Riverford Recipe Box

We get a fortnightly organic veg box from Riverford to supplement the vegetables we grow, but it was only recently I became aware that there is also such a thing as a Riverford recipe box. How intriguing. As well as getting to try one of the boxes, I also have one to offer my readers as a giveaway.

I’ve heard of the recipe box concept, of course and have even tried one, but the Riverford scheme is slightly different. It’s organic for a start and most of the items are sourced from its own farms and shop, making it an in-house production. I love the idea of cooking things in ways I might not otherwise have thought of; this also helps give me inspiration for future dishes. I suspect I might never have thought to make a curry out of celeriac, but I was given the ingredients and recipe for celeriac curry with chard & cardamom rice, so I went for it. And guess what, it was delicious. As it turned out, we didn’t get chard, but pak choi instead, the joy and challenge of seasonal provisioning. The rice was brown basmati which is probably my favourite, being nutty and slightly chewy. The meal was the only vegan one of the three. It was brightly coloured, warming and filling, just what we needed on a cold winter’s night.

Riverford Recipe Box Curry

When I say there is a Riverford recipe box, I actually mean boxes. You can choose from the original recipe box, a quick recipe box or a vegetarian one. We received a vegetarian box for two. Ostensibly this provided three meals, but we actually got five out of it. Erring on the side of generosity certainly meets with our approval. We were provided with measured quantities of all the ingredients required, except for salt, pepper and oil. The vegetables and salad were all fresh and guidelines on keeping times were given. Each month / week the recipes are created by different chefs. Ours came from by Bob Andrew, former Head Chef at Riverford’s Field Kitchen. The recipe cards are thorough, well written and well produced. They even have a bit of farm news from Guy Watson, Riverford’s founder and organic pioneer.

Riverford Recipe Box Souvlaki

Roast veg souvlaki with chopped salad, yoghurt & pitta was perhaps my favourite of all, but then I do have a predilection for Mediterranean  and Middle Eastern food. This was a veritable feast, both for the eye and the palate. It was a hands on event as we stuffed our warmed pitta breads with the chilli and oregano roasted veg and halloumi. We were both mightily impressed with the fennel, tomato and olive salad, which we elected to serve separately from the salad greens. Spooning on the delicious garlic yogurt sauce completed the experience. This is the kind of meal to share with friends.

Riverford Recipe Box Pasta

It was an utter delight not to have to think what to cook and to have a varied range of delicious and organic dishes to eat during the week. The portions were on the generous side, which was fine by us as we were able to get two meals out of the curry and two out of the slow cooked shallot trenne with mushrooms & rosemary. The slow cooked shallot sauce gave an individual character to a classic Italian fast food. With plenty of mushrooms included, it was a case of Umami Mia.

A Riverford recipe box for two costs £33.95 and provides at least three meals. Boxes for four people are also available. For more information on Riverford, hop over to the post about my farm visit.

Riverford recipe box reviews from other bloggers

I was sent a Riverford recipe box for review purposes. I was not required to write a positive review and all opinions are, as always, my own.

Organic Vegetarian Recipe Box Giveaway
Riverford is kindly offering one lucky Tin and Thyme reader a vegetarian recipe box for two. The recipe and ingredients are likely to be different to the ones I received. To be in with a chance of winning, please fill in the Gleam widget below. You will need to leave a comment on this post, answering the question, which then gives you additional chances to enter if you so wish. Gleam will pick a winner at random from the entries received. If you are commenting anonymously, please give me some way of identifying you as I will be verifying the validity of entries. Any automated entries will be disqualified. This giveaway is only open to those in England and South wales who live within a Riverford delivery area. Winners will need to respond within 5 days of being contacted. Failure to do this may result in another winner being picked.
Riverford Recipe Box 
Please note: Although Riverford deliver to most locations in England and South Wales, they don’t deliver everywhere, so you might want to check they deliver to you before entering the giveaway to avoid any disappointment. There is no cash alternative.
Prizes are offered and provided by Riverford and Tin and Thyme accepts no responsibility for the acts or defaults of said third party. Tin and Thyme reserves the right to cancel or amend the giveaway and these terms and conditions without notice.
Closing date is Sunday 3 April 2016 
Do take a look at the giveaways page to see if there’s anything else you’d like to enter. 

Riverford Vegetarian Recipe Box


  1. Leave a Reply

    Tracy K Nixon
    3rd March 2016

    I’d love to see some asparagus and I’d love to make a creamy chicken and asparagus risotto!

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      Tina Higgins
      3rd April 2016

      I would love to win this. I am a naughty vegetarian who doesn’t eat enough veg. This would give me a kickstart. X

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      Catherine Jones
      3rd April 2016

      I’d love this to expand my veggie recipe practice!

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    sharon martin
    3rd March 2016

    i’d like to see carrot, as i’d like to try making carrot cupcakes

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    3rd March 2016

    I didn’t realise Riverford did recipe boxes either but it sounds like the meals you made out of it were delicious and it’s always good to be pushed to try something you wouldn’t have done otherwise like the celeriac curry.

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      3rd March 2016

      Exactly Corina. Loved all the recipes and it’s such a good way to try new recipes.

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    rebecca nisbet
    3rd March 2016

    i would like to see sweet potatoes and i would make wedges.

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    3rd March 2016

    Its been a long while since I delved into a Veg Box and this would be a delight, esp. with recipes to try!

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      3rd March 2016

      Well it’s not quite a veg box Shaheen as it has all the ingredients needed to make the recipes, but it does, of course, contain veg too. Was fab.

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    Margaret Clarkson
    3rd March 2016

    Asparagus, because I love it. I would cook it lightly and serve it with some melted butter as part of a meal.

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    Cristín Williams
    3rd March 2016

    Since it is March I would say leeks and make potato and leek pie, or maybe I should say turnip so I can make pasties for st pirans day

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    Cathy @ Planet Veggie
    3rd March 2016

    I love these boxes – takes all the thinking away about what to have for dinner that night. And they’re so quick and easy too.

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      3rd March 2016

      I loved my box too Cathy. No thinking and everything ready to hand – win win!

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    Sarah Cooper
    3rd March 2016

    Courgettes – would make stuffed herby courgettes from my new recipe book!

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    3rd March 2016

    I would like to see kohlrabi, make soup or stirfry with it.

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    Emma Fox
    3rd March 2016

    peppers – I love peppers especially stuffed

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    Karl Borowy
    3rd March 2016

    cauliflower to make cauliflower cheese chicken type dish

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    Nicki Evans
    3rd March 2016

    I would like to see Mushrooms to make a Mushroom Stroganoff.

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    3rd March 2016

    I’d like cauliflower. Not very original I know but I love cauliflower cheese all bubbling hot from the oven. I invariably sling edamame or peas in there for extra protein and top with tomato slices. Served with a heap of a spinach salad. Yum.

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      3rd March 2016

      Cauliflower cheese is one of favourites. I occasionally add mushrooms and like you top with tomato slices, but never added peas or edamame – nice idea.

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    Susan Lloyd
    3rd March 2016

    I would love to see butternut squash, as I love it, but find it hard to prepare. The recipe would have to be either a curry or a risotto.

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    3rd March 2016

    Celeriac, I love it simply roasted in a little extra virgin olive oil with a generous sprinkling of paprika and sea salt.

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      3rd March 2016

      Roasted celeriac or mashed with potato are two of my favourite ways of eating it too Vicky, though I must say the curry was very good.

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    Sophie Sanderson
    3rd March 2016

    I would like to see loads of ingredient for a tasty stir fry!

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    Julie T
    3rd March 2016

    I would like to have peppers and I would make a pepper, onion & olive oil mix cooked in the oven to accompany virtually any meal.

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    3rd March 2016

    spaghetti squash is different would love to bake it with other veg

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    3rd March 2016

    Squash id make a lovely soup

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    3rd March 2016

    Purple sprouting – I love it boiled and covered in butter!

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    3rd March 2016

    I would love to see broccoli since its my favourite vegetable and I love it in a stir fry!

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    Martina Pichova
    3rd March 2016

    I would like to get asparagus – because we don’t usually buy it. I would make a risotto with it.

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    Paula Readings
    3rd March 2016

    Garlic, to add to my Spaghetti bolognaise to give it a kick.

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    kim neville
    3rd March 2016

    Spinach to make saag aloo or just cooked with some garlic

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    Iris W
    3rd March 2016

    Beetroot I lve them in any way cooked, roasted with a bit of balsamico or raw in a salad

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    Anne perry
    3rd March 2016

    Asparagus and red onions

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    Hayley Atkins
    3rd March 2016

    Leeks,together with potatoes and mushroom,double cream and nutmeg to bake a delicious gratin!

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    Julia Nicholls
    3rd March 2016

    I would love to see some interesting wild mushrooms so that I can make my favourite risotto

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    Gill Holmes
    3rd March 2016

    Butternut Squash and I would make some yummy Butternut Squash soup.

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    Fiona K
    3rd March 2016

    I would like to see beetroot because it is a tasty superfood and perfect for salads or I would accompany it with most meals

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      3rd March 2016

      I really like beetroot, but sadly, it’s one of the very few foods CT doesn’t like.

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    suzy b
    3rd March 2016

    My friends used to get riverford boxes and they always looked so good. This would be great!!!

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    3rd March 2016

    I would love to have red onions and mushrooms to make a risotto.

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    suzy b
    3rd March 2016

    I’d like to see turnips as I have a turnip gratin recipe I’d like to try out!

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      3rd March 2016

      Turnips with a good recipe would be fab Suzy. I never know what to do with turnips, other than add them to curries.

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    Mark Palmer
    3rd March 2016

    I’d love to see mushrooms and a recipe for mushroom risotto

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    julie h
    3rd March 2016

    Courgettes, I’d love some new ideas as I never quite know what to do with them, something garlicky perhaps

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    Emily Knight
    3rd March 2016

    Definitely butternut squash for me, as I’m slightly obsessed with it! I’d love to see a recipe for a curry that uses it.

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      3rd March 2016

      Squash curry is one of my all time favourites and a CT speciality. Though there are even nicer squashes than butternut if you can get them.

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    Elizabeth Hinds
    3rd March 2016

    I love asparagus, so would love to see that. I’ve used it in risottos, etc, but would be very interested to see some different recipes that it could be used in 🙂

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      3rd March 2016

      Ooh can’t wait for the asparagus season to come around Elizabeth. Good idea.

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    Rebecca Williams
    3rd March 2016

    I would like to see leeks so i could make leek and potato soup. 🙂

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    Freya Johnson
    3rd March 2016

    I’d like to see sweet potato, it’s so versatile and could be used in lots of different recipes but sweet/spicy sweet potato fries with a homemade dipping sauce would be just awesome!

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    3rd March 2016

    I’d like to see courgettes and some recipes that’s not just tossed into buttery pasta or in an omelette. It’d give me some ideas for when I get a growing glut of them later in the summer!

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      3rd March 2016

      Oh, I do know that feeling. I long for our first courgette and then suddenly there is nothing but! I’ve got quite a few chocolate courgette cakes on the blog, but with the best will in the world, there’s a limit to how many of those you can make.

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    3rd March 2016

    I would like to see Courgettes and with a mediterranean style recipe with cherry tomatoes etc

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    Kim M
    3rd March 2016

    I’d like to see some different varieties of potato – still hankering after some we used to get from a farm when I was little – they were so good just used to have them boiled with a little butter.

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      3rd March 2016

      Oh yes, I remember potatoes like that. I’m sure I’ve never had any as good as my granddad’s used to be 😉

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    e. malcolm
    3rd March 2016

    potato to make a delicious fish pie

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      3rd March 2016

      Hmmm, not sure you’ll find a fish pie in a vegetarian recipe box, but I guess you can adapt!

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    Holly Gibson
    3rd March 2016

    I’d like to see spinach in a saag paneer

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    emma walters
    3rd March 2016

    butternut squash would love some new ideas like veggie lasagne with it

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    Laura Jeffs
    3rd March 2016

    I’m a big fan of aubergines, a vegetarian (or, even better, vegan)stuffed aubergines recipe would be great 🙂

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    Spencer Broadley
    3rd March 2016

    I love the look of the kebabs and love peppers

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    kate knight
    3rd March 2016

    Fresh peas for a risotto

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    Karen R
    3rd March 2016

    I’d love any exotic veg, like okra – and make a curry with it 🙂

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    Charlene P
    3rd March 2016

    Celeriac is one of my favourite vegetables, and I’d love to see a soup or stew recipe for it.

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      3rd March 2016

      The curry was delicious Charlene – not something I’d have thought of if it hadn’t been for the recipe box.

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    Harry Sutton
    3rd March 2016

    Definitely leeks and asparagus in a gorgeous roasted vegetable medley.

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    Janet Robertson
    3rd March 2016

    I’d love leek & potatoes to make soup

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    debbie smith
    3rd March 2016

    i would have to say beetroot as i love it but never know how to experiment with it x

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    Charlene Keddy
    3rd March 2016

    Kale!! I’ve only recently discovered kale and I love it! I’ve seen a recipe for kale and potato fish cakes that looks tasty xx

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    Barbara Knight
    3rd March 2016

    A curry using jerusalem artichokes – to give me inspiration for how to use all our allotment-grown ones!

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      4th March 2016

      Haha, I need some inspiration for those too Barbara. My mum used to make a really nice dish of them in a lemon sauce I seem to remember.

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    Lisa Everaert
    3rd March 2016

    Sweet Potatoes as they have such a miriad of uses. The Kids absolutely love it mashed.

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    3rd March 2016

    I’d like to see celeriac in there and I’d mash it with some garlic and Parmesan to go on a cottage pie

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    laura cooper
    3rd March 2016

    leek in a vegetable soup! Yum!

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    laura banks
    3rd March 2016

    carrots so i could have a bash at carrot and coriander soup

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    Simon C
    3rd March 2016

    Leeks, potatoes, onions, and other good stuff to go into a nice hearty potato and leek soup.

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    janet humphrey
    3rd March 2016

    courgette would be great – love spiralizing but would like more options and receipes

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    3rd March 2016

    Sweet potatoes with a recipe for sweet potato falafels which I would love to try 🙂

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    Becky Duffy
    3rd March 2016

    Butternut Squash, so I could make soup! 🙂 x

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    Stephanie Tsang
    3rd March 2016

    I would love to see sweet potatoes there and would like a curry recipe for it.

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    3rd March 2016

    Celeriac root. I’d like a nice, hearty, winter soup recipe that freezes well. Or any other recipes for using this tasty veg.

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    Hon Cheung
    3rd March 2016

    I would like to see an interesting stir fry or soup recipe with Sugar Snaps.

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    Kat Glynn
    3rd March 2016

    Asparagus – A lovely Risotto

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    Margaret Gallagher
    3rd March 2016

    These look wonderful live my fresh food boxes to create healthy treats for all my family

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    andrea telfer
    3rd March 2016

    butternut squash and a lovely healthy hearty soup

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    Louise A
    3rd March 2016

    not sure what is included in the boxes but would like to see some unusual veg to make an interesting curry

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    Sharon H
    4th March 2016

    I’d love to see an aubergine and a recipe with a Moroccan twist would be great.

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    jennifer thorpe
    4th March 2016

    I know its extravagant but I would love to see asparagus, I love it. I would make asparagus wrapped in parma ham

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    Philippa Gerrard
    4th March 2016

    i would love to see butternut, i only every make butternut squash soup, would love to learn new recepies

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    helen tovell
    4th March 2016

    Carrots as they are so versatile and can be used for savoury or sweet but I would put them in a lasagne

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    Anna Hewitt
    4th March 2016

    I’d love to see mushrooms and love to have a pasta dish recipe with it

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      4th March 2016

      Aha Anna, as you will have seen from the post, thats just what I had 🙂

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    Samantha loughlin
    4th March 2016

    Asparagus I’d have it with poached egg and holendese sauce xx

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    4th March 2016

    I’d love to see some kale in the recipe box – I’m obsessed with it! 🙂

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    Bryony Brooke
    4th March 2016

    I love fennel and comfort food, so would love to see it incorporated into a lasagne!

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    Maria Stone
    4th March 2016

    any veg would suit me, fresh and yummy

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    Chrissie Curtis
    4th March 2016

    Mushrooms! and lots of goodies for a Veggie Stir Fry!

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    Lynsey Buchanan
    4th March 2016

    I would like to see asparagus so that I can attempt some asparagus soup. I had it for the first time n a restaurant recently and loved it.

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    Liam Bishop
    4th March 2016

    I’d like Asparagus, such a great flavour but I never know how to use it.

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    Ruth Tesdale
    4th March 2016

    Sweet potatoes and I need some new ways of using them.

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    Gill Bland
    4th March 2016

    I’d like to see salsify and perhaps in a curry recipe? It would be nice to see an old childhood veg re-appear

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      4th March 2016

      A recipe for using salsify would be great. I never quite know what to do with it.

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    4th March 2016

    Would love to try one of these boxes they look fab. Would love to see celeriac and any recipes for using it that are not chips or coleslaw as I always wonder what to make with it

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    claire griffiths
    4th March 2016

    i would like to see potatoes and leeks so i can make a soup

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    Richard Tyler
    4th March 2016

    Sweet Potato for soup with chilli flakes in there 🙂

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    Emily Clark
    5th March 2016

    Aubergine, for a tasty middle eastern aubergine tagine with capers and olives.

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    Nat thomason
    5th March 2016

    Sweet potato for mash

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    Vanessa Cox
    5th March 2016

    I’d like to see Butternut Squash to make a fantastic veggie curry!

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    Chris Andrews
    5th March 2016

    What vegetable would you most like to see in the box and what type of recipe would you like to see with it? . . . . . .celariac ‘cos it is not widely available, but is soooo delicious, would like a few ideas as l usually mash / roast / /soup it

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    clair downham
    5th March 2016

    peppers to make stuffed peppers with rice

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    Shivon Davis
    5th March 2016

    I would love to see Red Peppers and then a recipe with stuffed peppers and rice x

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    Laura Chapman
    5th March 2016

    I love courgettes, so would definitely love to see these in the box, although currently out of season. I think some curry recipes would be great.

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      5th March 2016

      Can’t wait for courgettes to be back in season, although once they are I suspect I’ll get fed up with them pretty quickly 😉

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    Jenna Parrington
    5th March 2016

    Ohh great question. I would like to see sweet potato and a beef casserole recipe. I would love to make a beef casserole topped with sweet potato mash!

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    Samantha O'D
    5th March 2016

    I would like to see celeriac, i dont have a clue what to do with it

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    Emma Nixon
    5th March 2016

    Leeks. They could be used in a lovely homemade chicken and leek pie served with lots of seasonal veg. My favourite.

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    Kat Lucas
    5th March 2016

    Artichokes and would love to see them used in Italian dishes like pizza & pastas

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    Maxine G
    6th March 2016

    Parsnips, swede, carrot and a recipe for a root vegetable crumble

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    Sam Swain
    6th March 2016

    I would love there to be some squash and recipes to make some tasty soups for lunches.

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    claire woods
    6th March 2016

    I’d love to see some asparagus and I’d make a asparagus risotto!

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    Ruth Harwood
    6th March 2016

    Love Brocolli – maybe a recipe using it unusually xx

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    Karen S
    6th March 2016

    Aubergine – something Turkish like Iman bayildi

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    leanne weir
    6th March 2016

    a butternut squash and a nice veggie recipe

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    Gwyn Sharps
    6th March 2016

    I’d like to see aubergine and would love to try some mediterranean dishes.

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    7th March 2016

    Wild mushrooms to make a mushroom risotto. It’s a shame the shops don’t stock a a larger variety of mushrooms.

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    Fiona JK42
    7th March 2016

    I’d like cauliflower and instructions to make one of those cauliflower “rice” dishes that I’ve seen but never tried.

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    Val Swift
    7th March 2016

    I would like to see Celeriac, but I’m not sure what to do with it so some recipes would be good!

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    Natalie Crossan
    7th March 2016

    Red onion curry xx

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    Paul Sahl
    8th March 2016

    Sweet potato, Roasted sweet potatoes on fried mince beef with herbs and spices.

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    Lucy I
    8th March 2016

    Aubergine – any recipe as I never what to do with them but like eating them

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    8th March 2016

    Leeks, and some kind of nice soup of pie filling x

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    emma franklin
    8th March 2016

    Sweet Potato – I love sweet potato and have it daily…but I’m not very adventurous so would love to find something to do with it. Maybe a pasta dish?

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    Christine Constable
    8th March 2016

    I’d love to see sweet potato because I find it so versatile, but it would be good to have fennel which has such a lovely aniseed flavour.

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    9th March 2016

    I’d like to see carrots, as I love making carrot cakes.

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    Eb Gargano
    9th March 2016

    We recently tried out a Riverford veg box and it was fab. I love the idea of the recipe boxes too. I’d love some asparagus in my box and a recipe for asparagus risotto. Yum! Eb x

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      9th March 2016

      Ooh yes, asparagus is just gorgeous. Have just posted a tart with asparagus as it happens 😉

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    Lucy I
    9th March 2016

    Aubergine as I don’t really know what to do with them

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    Sarah Rees
    9th March 2016

    Cougettes – I would like to find out what else you can make with them

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    Amy Richardson
    9th March 2016

    I’d like broad beans in the box so I could make a springtime risotto.

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    Michelle Sykes
    9th March 2016

    I would love asparagus – but it the wrong time of the year so aubergine would be fab

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    Hassina Begum
    11th March 2016

    I would love to see some pumpkin, I have heard it’s good for. A curry recipe would be nice.

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    Laura Nice
    12th March 2016

    Peppers love them in my stir fry! <3

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    Matt McAndrew
    13th March 2016

    Definitely sweet potatoes! I can do all kinds of things with a sweet potato

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    Ali Thorpe
    13th March 2016

    Fresh vegetables to make a balti as it’s one curry I’ve never made from scratch.

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    Kate ONeill
    14th March 2016

    I’d like to see flat field mushrooms, as a stuffed mushroom is one of the nicest things ever!

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    olivia Kirby
    14th March 2016

    Broad beans – I’d love to see them in a gorgeous Spring time risotto dish.

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    Laura Baker
    15th March 2016

    I would love to see a butternut squash in the box as it’s one of my faves and a new recipe would be great as I’m always looking for new things to try.

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    15th March 2016

    I’d love to see kale. I think I would make a spicy spring soup with plenty of ginger, to enjoy with homemade bread.

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    Michael Griffin
    16th March 2016

    Courgettes to make courgetti with my new spiralizer

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    Anna K
    16th March 2016

    I am not sure exactly what vegetable I would like to see in there but I would like to see things that are a bit unusual and that you would not normally buy (celeriac, chard, artichoke etc.). Then the recipe would need to tell me what to do with them or how to cook them. The reason I don’t buy them as because I would not have a clue what to do with them. 🙂

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      16th March 2016

      I like this idea Anna. A recipe box with all the veg you never know what to do with 🙂

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    Henry Little
    16th March 2016

    Runner beans always a favourite & new local season potatoes!

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    Nicki Ramsay
    16th March 2016

    Asparagus would be a real treat, I’d like. Recipe for an asparagus frittata.

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    Tracey Parker
    16th March 2016

    I would like to see something like mooli, artichokes but never know what to do with them. I only every roast celeriac so more ideas there would be appreciated too.

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    Jayne Kelsall
    16th March 2016

    Leeks, a. because I love them and b. so I could make a leek and potato soup.x

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    Leah Wheatley
    16th March 2016

    I would like to see Aubergine’s which would be a good base to make ratatouille.

  137. Leave a Reply

    Zoe Atherton
    16th March 2016

    Cauliflower yum to make a delicious curry!

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    Amelia Kennedy
    16th March 2016

    Aubergine – I’d add it to other root veg and roast it in the oven.

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    Michelle Bennett
    16th March 2016

    We quite like aubergines in our hourpse. Moussaka being a firm favourite for a meal. I’d love to try variations of this dish.

  140. Leave a Reply

    Amica Grant
    16th March 2016

    Fresh mushrooms and I would make a fritters or omelette

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    Freya Knudsen
    16th March 2016

    Asparagus, I usually put a little oil with salt and pepper and in the oven for 20mins. Though I’d really like some new suggestions maybe for soup or another combination.

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    Sarah Morris
    16th March 2016

    Cauliflower, I would love to try a recipe I saw for a vegetable curry and the base vegetable used was the good old cauli.

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    Lucy Major
    16th March 2016

    i’d like some asparagus so i could make my mushroom and asparagus risotto 🙂

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    barbara daniels
    16th March 2016

    some butternut qsuash for veg risotto

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    Carol Phile
    16th March 2016

    Asparagus as I can’t usually afford it, to have blanched with a good quality mayonnaise and a squeeze of lemon juice, as a starter

  146. Leave a Reply

    stephen ashdown
    16th March 2016

    some wild mushrooms so I could stuff them, my wife loves mushrooms but hard to find decent sized ones these days!

  147. Leave a Reply

    Stacey Carnell
    16th March 2016

    Avocado because its my favourite although I don’t know many recipes :/

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    16th March 2016

    Artichoke! It’s my favourite but I’ve never cooked with it and no idea how to use it so any recipe would be good for me !

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    sarah rees
    16th March 2016

    I would like to see yummy recipes to make with sweet potato, hear lots of things about them but never had before

  150. Leave a Reply

    Russ Thorpe
    16th March 2016

    a real, proper, well grown tomato – cannot be beaten at all!

  151. Leave a Reply

    Eliz M
    16th March 2016

    chinese vegetables such as pak choi and recipes for how to use them

  152. Leave a Reply

    Kara Harrison
    17th March 2016

    I’d like to see some cauliflower recipes – something a bit different. We eat a lot of cauliflower in our house, but we’re not very imaginative so it would nice to get some good ideas!

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    laura stewart
    17th March 2016

    sweet potatoes would be good i like to make them into chips!

  154. Leave a Reply

    Janice Papworth
    17th March 2016

    I’d like to see fennel in the box and some recipes using it both raw and cooked

  155. Leave a Reply

    charlotte clavier
    17th March 2016

    Butternut Squash or Sweet Potato. I love both roasted #Delish

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    17th March 2016

    I would love to see my favourite root vegetable celeriac as I love celeriac, walnut and apple soup

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    Kate Phillips
    17th March 2016

    I’d be happy to see a pumpkin or squash for a soup which is good any time of the year.

  158. Leave a Reply

    Andrea Fletcher
    17th March 2016

    Carrots and a vegetable soup recipe.

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    Victoria Prince
    18th March 2016

    I would most like to see sweet potato, though I have no idea what sort of recipe – something a bit different that I wouldn’t have thought of! I just love sweet potatoes, and don’t get to have them nearly often enough 🙂

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      18th March 2016

      Yes, I love sweet potatoes too Victoria, but tend to do the same old things with them, so a fabulous new recipe for those would be great.

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    18th March 2016

    I would love to see some squash of some description and some new ways of cooking it, I always tend to roast it! Maybe a risotto.

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    Helen Thurston
    18th March 2016

    Happy to see any vegetables (except turnips and radishes) – especially some of the more unusual ones with some new recipes suitable for vegan cookery – I do tend to use a lot of cauliflower, courgette, mushroom, peppers so would be nice to try something different.

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      18th March 2016

      Yes, I’m not a great fan of turnips either, though I find I can tolerate them in a mixed vegetable curry.

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    18th March 2016

    I would love some beetroot or tomatoes 🙂 X

  163. Leave a Reply

    Mark R
    19th March 2016

    A cauliflower so that I could make an Indian cauliflower curry

  164. Leave a Reply

    Rebecca Pickering
    19th March 2016

    I really love cabbage and would welcome recipes that show new ways of cooking with it

  165. Leave a Reply

    Heather Haigh
    19th March 2016

    I’d llike to see an artichoke, and any recipe as I’ve no idea how to cook one but want to find out.

  166. Leave a Reply

    julie-ann eley
    19th March 2016

    Red peppers would be great to see and recipe like how to use them in an omlette would be great

  167. Leave a Reply

    Michelle Wild
    20th March 2016

    I would like to see fennel in there and recipes for vegetables baked in the oven as the taste is far superior.

  168. Leave a Reply

    Olivia Meads
    20th March 2016

    I’d love to see shepards pie please 🙂

  169. Leave a Reply

    Tracy Gladman
    20th March 2016

    Carrots and roasted recipies as I get bored with boiled ones.

  170. Leave a Reply

    Kirsti Peters
    20th March 2016

    I would love to see some Romanesco Broccoli and a healthy bake recipe

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    20th March 2016

    I’d love to see beetroot in the box. It’s lovely in sandwiches with smoked mackerel and horseradish, borscht (beetroot soup) and last, but by no means least, moist beetroot and chocolate cake!

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    Danielle Cresswell
    20th March 2016

    I’d like butternut squash, it’s lovely with a risotto. I would need the recipe for that I can never remember how to make it

  173. Leave a Reply

    marie powell
    20th March 2016

    peppers, as I only chop them and throw them into things would be nice to make them the main thing or a side dish

  174. Leave a Reply

    Corinne Peat
    21st March 2016

    I would love to see leeks and mushrooms in the box, would love to make a creamy leek and mushroom pie!

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    Ella L
    24th March 2016

    Aubergines I would love to try a recipe I have seen for a Spinach and feta Mousakka

  176. Leave a Reply

    24th March 2016

    Celeriac with a recipe for a celeriac mash with a tasty gravy please

  177. Leave a Reply

    Elisa Trueman
    26th March 2016

    I’d love leek and I would use it to make a ham hock and chicken pie with mustard mash – delish

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    26th March 2016

    i love parsnip with a sunday roast

  179. Leave a Reply

    Greig spencer
    28th March 2016

    love to see dishes with mushroooms in as they are my fave vegtable to use in cooking

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    Tina @ The Spicy Pear
    28th March 2016

    I recently tried the Riverford recipe boxes and was very impressed with how tasty the recipes were. The vegetables are flavoursome and the portions are enough for 4.

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      28th March 2016

      Yes, our box for two lasted us pretty much the entrée week Tina – really enjoyed the recipes too.

  181. Leave a Reply

    Layla Thomas
    28th March 2016

    Any kind of squash as I never quite know what to do with it so I’d love recipe suggestions.

  182. Leave a Reply

    carole n
    28th March 2016

    I would love to see a mix of traditional and not so well known vegetables.

  183. Leave a Reply

    Danielle Rawlings
    28th March 2016

    Carrots and i would love to see a stew

  184. Leave a Reply

    david cavender
    29th March 2016

    love to see pumpkin and i would make pumpkin soup

  185. Leave a Reply

    29th March 2016

    I would like to see celeriac…I love it, but I struggle with ways to use it. Other than replacing a potato – there must be better things to do with it! Perhaps using it in bakes…

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    jemma dwyer
    29th March 2016

    Asparagus would be great x

  187. Leave a Reply

    Rachel Butterworth
    29th March 2016

    Parsnips, to make creamy parsnip soup.

  188. Leave a Reply

    Cheryl Price
    30th March 2016

    Parsnip and i would make a yummy chicken and parsnip honey mustard one pot x

  189. Leave a Reply

    Emily Hutchinson
    30th March 2016

    I’d like to see a butternut squash in the box, and a curry recipe using it

  190. Leave a Reply

    Angie Hoggett
    30th March 2016

    celeriac – not something I know how to do alot with other than putting it into soups!

  191. Leave a Reply

    Bridgette West
    30th March 2016

    Proper tasty big potatoes for jacket potatoes, not the tasteless ones from the supermarkets

  192. Leave a Reply

    30th March 2016

    I would love to see mushroms so I could make a nice risotto.

  193. Leave a Reply

    Lauren Old
    31st March 2016

    I would like to see some sweet potatoes as I’m using them a lot at the moment, and I’d like to see them in a recipe for an alternative cottage pie

  194. Leave a Reply

    Carol Emmett
    31st March 2016

    A well flavoured full size carrot – I’d make the Crecy pie recipe from the Cranks cookbook, but use the family pastry recipe.

  195. Leave a Reply

    Ann Williams
    31st March 2016

    I’d like to see parsnips. I roast them and use them in stews but keep hearing references to parsnip puree and other ways of using them so recipes would be appreaciated

  196. Leave a Reply

    Mary Baldwin
    31st March 2016

    Cavalo Nero – I really want to try it but always end up with the tried and tested favourites.

  197. Leave a Reply

    sarah fielding
    31st March 2016

    I love tomatoes so any inventive recipes involving those would be great!

  198. Leave a Reply

    Sheila Sloan
    1st April 2016

    Carrots to make carrot and coriander soup

  199. Leave a Reply

    Hannah Griffiths
    1st April 2016

    I’d love some red juicy tomatoes to make my favourite tomato pasta dish!

  200. Leave a Reply

    Jenny B
    1st April 2016

    I’d love to see some kale to make some delicious stir fries!

  201. Leave a Reply

    Kat Allinson
    1st April 2016

    I’d like to see celeriac as I don’t really know any recipes for it but it’s something I’ve always wanted to cook with, as for the recipe anything really so that I can try it out

  202. Leave a Reply

    Sarah Davison
    1st April 2016

    Wild mushrooms for a mushroom risotto.

  203. Leave a Reply

    Sarah Archibald
    1st April 2016

    Sweet potato, as it’s something I really want to like but as of yet I’ve not had much luck, mind you I’ve only tried to make them i to chips , they were a bit flimsy and soft…

  204. Leave a Reply

    Penelope Hewitt
    1st April 2016

    Can I have two please as I have been craving Brocolli and Cauliflower cheese

  205. Leave a Reply

    Debbie Preston
    1st April 2016

    I would like to see courgettes as can use in lots of pasta dishes including roasted veg lassagne

  206. Leave a Reply

    Jamie Walker
    1st April 2016

    I would like peppers to be included and a curry recipe 🙂

  207. Leave a Reply

    abby gower
    1st April 2016

    id love to see heirloom tomatoes

  208. Leave a Reply

    Kerry Kilmister
    2nd April 2016

    I would love to see Butternut Squash as my best friend gave me a fantastic recipe for Butternut Squash Macaroni Cheese – much healthier alternative to the usual Mac Cheese

  209. Leave a Reply

    Ruth Hedges
    2nd April 2016

    I would like to see carrots so I can make a carrot and coriander soup

  210. Leave a Reply

    susan Trubey
    2nd April 2016

    I would like to see leeks. Being Welsh, I use them in everything.

  211. Leave a Reply

    jo liddement
    2nd April 2016

    I would like to see aubergines and a recipe to make a spicy curry

  212. Leave a Reply

    Natasha R-M
    2nd April 2016

    I would love to receive any type of onions in the box and a recipe for vegetarian lasagne.

  213. Leave a Reply

    georgina sudron
    2nd April 2016

    Wild mushroom so I can make a cream of mushroom soup

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    Dawn M
    2nd April 2016

    Something a bit unusual, like Kohl rabi?
    I am in the process of cutting out processed foods and reducing meat intake whilst increasing good quality fruit and veg intake. My hubby is unsure about the meat reduction and I’m finding it fun to come up with healthy meat free recipes to prove we don’t need meat every day. I’m enjoying the challenge.
    I don’t know what I would make with Kohl rabi – that’s why I specified that as I would need to research it to see what I could do with it! I love spending time in the kitchen destressing and making healthy meals for my family!

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      2nd April 2016

      Kohl rabi is a good one Dawn. I grew loads of it last year, then as I wasn’t too sure what to do with it I forgot to harvest it. Good luck.

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    Andrew Hindley
    2nd April 2016

    Marrow – Stuffed Marrow With Beef Mince

  216. Leave a Reply

    Zoe g
    2nd April 2016

    carrots for a carrot and coriander soup

  217. Leave a Reply

    2nd April 2016

    Aubergines – I love Jamie Oliver’s pasta alla norma recipe

  218. Leave a Reply

    Lynn Evans
    2nd April 2016

    8 ball courgettes – new ideas on what lovely ingredients to stuff them with!

  219. Leave a Reply

    Chris Bell
    2nd April 2016

    Im absolutely in love with parsnips, but I am not much of a cook and not really prone to inspiration and reliant on cooking books!! And all the ones I have tend not to utilise them too much! 🙁

  220. Leave a Reply

    cat holdcroft
    2nd April 2016

    mushrooms to make into a rissoto

  221. Leave a Reply

    Kelly Jones
    2nd April 2016

    Mushrooms and I would make a nice risotto 🙂

  222. Leave a Reply

    Samantha R
    2nd April 2016

    Courgette or sweet potato – they’re so versatile.

  223. Leave a Reply

    Jeremy Andrews
    2nd April 2016

    Leeks – With recipie to make creamy leek and cicken pie

  224. Leave a Reply

    Jeremy Andrews
    2nd April 2016

    Leeks. I like leek and chicken pie and would love to see a new twist on this classic meal.

  225. Leave a Reply

    Eleanor Powell
    2nd April 2016

    Aubergine for a nice vegetarian mousakka – its years since I made one

  226. Leave a Reply

    Daniela Eigner
    2nd April 2016

    I would love to see some butternut squash to make a healthy vegetarian curry with basmati rice.

  227. Leave a Reply

    2nd April 2016

    I think I’d like organic carrots. We could make a lovely carrot soup.

  228. Leave a Reply

    Julie Wilson
    2nd April 2016

    I’d like to see asparagus in any vegetarian recipe.

  229. Leave a Reply

    Tara Davies
    2nd April 2016

    My absolute fav’s are mushrooms and tomato’s so a recipe which combines them both would be fab !

  230. Leave a Reply

    Natalie Gillham
    2nd April 2016

    Celeriac, as I have never had it but would love to try it and use it in a recipe

  231. Leave a Reply

    Samantha Atherton
    2nd April 2016

    I never use cauliflower anymore as my husbands not a huge fan and as a family we all find is a bit boring so I’d like to see an exiting recipe using cauliflower.

  232. Leave a Reply

    2nd April 2016

    I’d like cauliflower because apart from Cauliflower cheese I never really know what to do with it

  233. Leave a Reply

    Rachael w
    2nd April 2016

    I’d like sweet potato and I’d make sweet potato curry and a soup too!

  234. Leave a Reply

    Emma H
    2nd April 2016

    I’d like a butternut squash and a butternut squash and sweet potatoe risotto recipie.

  235. Leave a Reply

    Sheri Darby
    2nd April 2016

    Aubergines and a vegetable Moussaka

  236. Leave a Reply

    Ioana Cristina Popescu
    2nd April 2016

    Spinach for a healthy recipe.

  237. Leave a Reply

    Victoria Middleton
    2nd April 2016

    Sprouts, I absolutely love them but always do them in the same boring way. I’d love any sort of recipe that gave them a bit of interesting twist

  238. Leave a Reply

    Jessica Hutton
    2nd April 2016

    Sweet potatoes and I would want to make a Thai curry xx

  239. Leave a Reply

    Jayne K
    2nd April 2016

    Purple sprouting broccoli with a stir fry type recipe

  240. Leave a Reply

    3rd April 2016

    I would love to see spring onions and maybe a thai or chinese style recipe.

  241. Leave a Reply

    3rd April 2016

    Peppers are my fave as they are so versatile. But any veggie recipe would be great to entertain my non-meat eating friends!

  242. Leave a Reply

    Jason Tolliss
    3rd April 2016

    Spinach to make some spinach and goat’s cheese tartlets

  243. Leave a Reply

    Jo McPherson
    3rd April 2016

    Cauliflower, to make a cauliflower cheese or roasted in the oven is one of our favourites

  244. Leave a Reply

    Laura Pritchard
    3rd April 2016

    Some peppers & a stir fry recipe

  245. Leave a Reply

    liz ferguson
    3rd April 2016

    Corgettes are one of my favourite vegetables. I normally fry them in olive oil with a bit of garlic, onions and bell peppers (for a side dish). And, I’m following a low carb diet, so recipies for spiralized corgettes would be great x

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    Samantha Bolter
    3rd April 2016

    courgettes to make courgette spaghetti 🙂

  247. Leave a Reply

    Rachel James
    3rd April 2016

    When my shopping arrived this week I’d been sent 4 courgettes as a free gift and, other than chopping and frying them, I’m not altogether sure what to do with them! Receipes showing an alternative use for them would be great. Fancy cutting them into strips – maybe as a pasta alternative?

  248. Leave a Reply

    Elspeth MacMillan
    3rd April 2016

    Carrots for me I just love them so versatile can add to most stews, great in soup and makes the most delicious cake!!

  249. Leave a Reply

    Juli Savage
    3rd April 2016

    Parnsips – love the sweet taste but would like new ideas on how to cook them other than roast them

  250. Leave a Reply

    kate kathurima
    3rd April 2016

    butternut squash – chicken and butternut squash thai curry

  251. Leave a Reply

    Karen Harrison
    3rd April 2016

    I really like courgettes and would like to ee it used as a main ingredient.

  252. Leave a Reply

    Dale Dow
    3rd April 2016

    Carrots, with a delicious recipe for carrot cake, I’ve never made it!

  253. Leave a Reply

    Claire Thorpe
    3rd April 2016

    I would like to see Artichokes – I love them but haven’t made anything with them apart from a dip!

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    3rd April 2016

    Courgettes, I’d make courgette and ricotta lasagne!

  256. Leave a Reply

    Helen Newton
    3rd April 2016

    I would like to see some Cauliflour and I would make some Creamy Cheesy Cauliflour Cheese 🙂

  257. Leave a Reply

    3rd April 2016

    Cauliflower to make roast cauli with tahini

  258. Leave a Reply

    George Wright
    3rd April 2016

    Fennel because I like experimenting with it! I’ve made a tasty fish dish with it in the past but with the bulb I have today I’m going to make coleslaw 🙂

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      3rd April 2016

      I’ve just made the fennel salad again that was featured in one of the recipes in my box. It’s become a firm favourite.

  259. Leave a Reply

    susan thornton
    3rd April 2016

    I’d like to see some cauliflower and make cauliflower cheese x

  260. Leave a Reply

    eirini kourvouli
    3rd April 2016

    i would make wedges

  261. Leave a Reply

    Barbara Handley
    3rd April 2016

    I would like a selection of spring vegetables to make soup with.

  262. Leave a Reply

    Cerys John
    3rd April 2016

    Watercress as it’s in season- and a recipe for a Watercress soup would be lovely 🙂

  263. Leave a Reply

    3rd April 2016

    I would like Cauliflower and an Indian or japanese style recipe with it – i find them one of the most versatile vegetables.

  264. Leave a Reply

    3rd April 2016

    Red peppers with a nice stuffed pepper recipe.

  265. Leave a Reply

    Joanna Sawka
    3rd April 2016

    I would liek to see more recipies with green leafy vegetables eg spinach

  266. Leave a Reply

    M Allen
    3rd April 2016

    I love using aubergines as a chunky substitute for meat. I’ve often thought of trying them in a chilli recipe.

  267. Leave a Reply

    3rd April 2016

    Broccoli. Something fresh so that I can cook it in a new way.

  268. Leave a Reply

    Rachel Bonness
    3rd April 2016

    I’d like to see celeriac & some recipes with how to use it

  269. Leave a Reply

    Lisa Conn
    3rd April 2016

    Love the quality of Riverford. This is a great idea to try new recipes without any waste. I would like to know what to do with some more unusual veg like celeriac and fennel.

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      3rd April 2016

      I just made a lovely fennel salad which was based on one of their recipes.

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    jackie rushton
    3rd April 2016

    I’d love to see Aubergine and a tasty moussaka recipe

  271. Leave a Reply

    jill dean
    3rd April 2016

    Pak Choi – I know it’s used in oriental cooking but I have no idea what to do with it.

  272. Leave a Reply

    claire davey
    3rd April 2016

    Like to see one for allotment vegetables mix. Xx

  273. Leave a Reply

    Kay Broomfield
    3rd April 2016

    Butternut squash and I’d make a roasted and spicy squash soup!

  274. Leave a Reply

    Anneka Hulse
    3rd April 2016

    water chestnuts to add to a stir fry

  275. Leave a Reply

    Elizabeth Gurney
    3rd April 2016

    I’d like avocado – and I’d be keen to see what recipes you can do with it!

  276. Leave a Reply

    Danielle Kennedy
    3rd April 2016

    I would like butternut squash in it and a recipe for sprialized butternut squash and roasted veg with halloumi

  277. Leave a Reply

    3rd April 2016

    I’d like to see cauliflower, as I’ve been dithering about trying to make cauliflower rice. It sounds good so I must try it.

  278. Leave a Reply

    Jane Middleton
    3rd April 2016

    anything with leake, love he taste

  279. Leave a Reply

    Ruth Wollerton
    3rd April 2016

    I would love receipes with aubergines for a different vegetable to introduce to my boys but in a yummy way

  280. Leave a Reply

    Judy Beba-Brown
    3rd April 2016

    Asparagus – it’s nearly time for it, and I could do with some new ideas, a risotto recipe or a really good sauce to enhance it, maybe a soup recipe too.

  281. Leave a Reply

    Emma Jones
    3rd April 2016

    Broccoli. I know it makes me a freak, but I just love it!

  282. Leave a Reply

    nicola james
    3rd April 2016

    parsnips…..a soup with a twist please

  283. Leave a Reply

    Alice Megan
    3rd April 2016

    I’ve gotten really into smoothies lately so I’d love protein rich veggies likes Asparagus and some nice smoothie recipes for veg

  284. Leave a Reply

    Joanna Kasznicki
    3rd April 2016

    I would like to see courgettes to use in curries or stuffed courgettes or even cakes mmm

  285. Leave a Reply

    Karen Howden
    3rd April 2016

    Tomato to make a nice creamy soup

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