Claudia Schiffer is someone I have long admired for her strength, ambition and her drive to succeed. We share a passion for sustainable living and looking after our minds and bodies in a natural, holistic way and it makes me very happy that she is a long-time supporter of Daylesford.
For some, the Christmas leftovers are enjoyed just as they are. Those days of raiding the fridge to create meals from the cold cuts of meat, leftover vegetables, sauces, cheeses and puddings is one of the great joys of cooking a big festive feast.
For those of us celebrating Christmas, it’s finally time to wind down: to pause and set aside our jobs and responsibilities for a few days to enjoy the festivities with our families, friends and loved ones.
We’ve had a cold snap in the UK this week, which means waking up to misty mornings and a dusting of frost on the fields. Although the landscape can look bare and bleak, there is still life in the soil and a frost on the ground is actually believed to improve the flavour of many winter vegetables; it brings out a natural sweetness in them.
Giving is undoubtedly one of the best things about the Christmas festivities. As a devoted grandmother, I am particularly enchanted by seeing my grandchildren’s faces light up as they unwrap their presents on Christmas morning.
It’s a relationship that chefs say they can only dream of. To celebrate their work and the talents of our Market Garden team, we’ve put together a short film to illustrate why proximity to ingredients is such a unique and special source of inspiration.