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Eat for the Earth: roasted vegetable and goat’s cheese tartlets

Eat for the Earth is in support of Soil for Life, a local charity that teaches people in underprivileged areas to plant food gardens to grow their own good. This recipe, using veggies, is right on the money and a great...

Eat for the Earth: cinnamon baked apples

Whether you are planning an Eat for the Earth lunch or dinner for 2 or 200 people, baked apples are a good option for pud. They’re easy to scale-up, relatively cheap to buy and heart-warming on an autumnal day. Just...

Eat for the Earth: hearty vegetable and lentil soup

Eat for the Earth with us on Tuesday 5 June? Soup is a good option, especially if you’re going to be serving large groups as most soup recipes double or triple with ease. Ingredients (serves 4) 1 Tbsp olive oil...

Eat for the Earth: apple, pear and cinnamon crumble

On a crisp autumnal day, a steaming crumble is bound to be a hit. Seasonal, hearty and easy to prepare, this apple and pear crumble could be the pud you are after for your Eat for the Earth menu. Ingredients...

Eat for the Earth 2012

Got plans for Tuesday 5 June? For the second year running, we’re inviting everyone and anyone to Eat for the Earth by hosting a meal and making a donation to Soil for Life on World Environment Day, the most widely celebrated day for positive...

Smoked Salmon & Cucumber Pickle Club Sandwich

The club sandwich is an institution with businessmen, sportspeople, feasting ladies of leisure and pretty much everyone on the planet. Historically, they were constructed from multiple slices of bread and held together with hors d’œuvre sticks and often included bacon,...

Thanks for eating for the earth 2011

Next time you bump into someone who argues that individuals can’t make a difference, hug them tenderly and then smack them over the head with a fillet of sustainable fish. They are that wrong. Eat For The Earth took place...

Iced beetroot and gin shots

Wondering how to get your Eat For The Earth lunch off to a flying start? Jane-Anne Hobbs Rayner, author of the delectable Scrumptious blog, has the answer: iced beetroot and gin shots. Jane-Anne’s Eat For The Earth menu: Iced beetroot...

Moroccan-style beef and apricot stew

Getting chilly isn’t it? All the more reason to warm your Eat For The Earth guests up with Jane-Anne Hobbs Rayner’s Moroccan stew. Jane-Anne’s Eat For The Earth Menu Iced beetroot and gin shots Slow-cooked Moroccan-style beef and apricot stew...

Pear and blackberry almond crumble

Crumble must be the ultimate autumnal pudding and here, Jane-Anne Hobbs Rayner, shares her recipe to inspire your heart-warming Eat For The Earth lunch. Jane-Anne’s Eat For The Lunch menu: Iced beetroot and gin shots Slow-cooked Moroccan-style beef and apricot...