This sage, rosemary and garlic version of the Italian classic might just convince you that this is the only way to make farinata.
Made with cheddar and chives and everything that jives with that oh-so-classic combination, these cheesy sage scones are perfect for sharing.
So you got some fresh stalks of rhubarb and some yoghurt. Now what? Bake a cardamom-spiced and orange-scented rhubarb cake, of course!
Meltingly soft leeks on a bed of creamy white beans. Leeks vinaigrette. Brothy fennel beans. What's not to like?