A British farmer has developed a hybrid vegetable that's a cross between onion and garlic. It's called a gonion and John Whaite tests it for himself by using it to make a classic pasta sauce.
Meanwhile Fiona Phillips chats to vegetable grower Ria Pofoll about the other weird and wonderful veggie creations she's growing, including the spabbage (spinach and cabbage) and caddish (carrot and radish)!
As the first harvest of the gonion has only recently been bought to our attention, you may presently find it difficult to get hold of. If this is the case, then here is an alternative, yet similar, recipe for you to try
Alex Hollywood makes a lighter bite of her quiches by replacing the pastry with parma ham!
It's one of the hottest food trends of the moment, renowned for it's street food style, and John Whaite has an easy recipe to show you how to go Korean.
A perfect Sunday lunch without all the pans, washing up and expense of a roast, Dean's lazy braised beef is lazy by name and nature. Just pop it in the oven and put your feet up. The gravy, veg, meat AND his alternative to Yorkshire puddings (crispy cobbler topping) are all in one pot!
Pumpkin and butternut squash are amongst Sally Bee's favourite vegetables, she says they are easy to feed to children because of there sweet taste and gentle texture.
You can guess by the yellow and orange flesh that butternut squash is packed with Beta-carotene and vitamin A, both proven to protect us against cancer and help the heart stay healthy too.
Its Budget Day and Bill Granger can't tell you whats in the Chancellor's little red briefcase, but he can give you an easy mid-week meal for four, that wont break the bank.