Whipped Yorkshire Wensleydale & Roasted Tomato Bruschetta

Main courseServes 2

To celebrate National Vegetarian Week this week, the team at Yorkshire Rapeseed Oil have joined forces with Wensleydale Creamery to produce a range of recipes using their iconic local products. This Whipped Yorkshire Wensleydale & Roasted Tomato Bruschetta is perfect as a light lunch or, as we’re allowed to invite people into our houses for dinner once again from next week, as a starter with the sweet and intense flavour of the tomatoes pairing perfectly with the Oak Smoked Oil and the saltiness of the cheese. For more recipe inspiration and to buy online visit www.yorkshirerapeseedoil.co.uk and www.wensleydale.co.uk :

Harrogate Blue Potato Gratin

Side dishServes 4-6

A side dish not to be side lined! This mouth-watering Potato Gratin recipe from the team at Shepherds Purse uses their award winning Harrogate Blue Cheese to create an indulgent and flavoursome accompaniment to any meal. For more recipe inspiration and to buy online visit www.shepherdspurse.co.uk

Masons Summer Punch Gin Cocktail

DrinkServes 2

Celebrate the launch of Masons new special edition Pink Grapefruit & Cucumber Gin with this cocktail recipe, perfect for sipping on a lazy afternoon in the garden this bank holiday weekend. The new gin combines crisp pink grapefruit citrus flavours with juniper paired with smooth and cooling cucumber freshness and is perfect with tonic and ice or as part of their Summer Punch Gin Cocktail. For more information, cocktail inspiration and to buy online visit www.masonsofyorkshire.com Cut a pink grapefruit and 2 limes into small chunks. Fill a large jug with ice and then squeeze the cut fruit over it and add to the jug. Add the gin, Martini and rose water Top up with the Elderflower Presse. Garnish with a sprig of basil and enjoy poured into ice filled wine glasses with some freshly peeled cucumber ribbons. Top tip - For added flavour leave the fruit herbs and spirits to steep overnight then add the ice and soda when ready to serve.

Ginger Beer Cake

DessertServes 8

Celebrate the reopening of Jervaulx Abbey Tearooms with this gloriously indulgent Ginger Beer Cake recipe taken from their family recipe book In Their Footsteps. A great twist on a traditional chocolate cake, the ginger beer adds extra moisture making it really rich and indulgent. The award winning tearooms recently welcomed visitors back to their outdoor seating area after the relaxation of the lockdown restrictions and will be open 7 days a week between 10am – 4pm for takeaways and collection. For more information on their current menu visit www.jervaulxabbey.com

Asparagus & Oak Smoked Yorkshire Wensleydale Quiche

Main courseServes 4

April is the peak of the asparagus season, so why not celebrate this delicious, locally grown produce with this classic recipe from the team at the Wensleydale Creamery. This rustic quiche uses their Oak Smoked Yorkshire Wensleydale cheese and is delicious eaten hot or cold. Available to buy at their newly reopened visitors centre in Hawes as well as online and at retailers throughout the region. For more information and recipe inspiration visit www.wensleydale.co.uk  

Crown the Rhubarb

DrinkServes 1

Celebrate the warmer weather and being allowed to host friends in your garden again with this delicious seasonal cocktail from the team at Sloemotion. Pairing their Hedgerow Gin with Rhubarb & Raspberry with prosecco and elderflower, this fresh and light drink is the perfect accompaniment to the lighter spring nights. For more recipe inspiration and to buy online visit www.sloemotiondistillery.com

One Pot Spanish Chicken

Main courseServes 4-6

Somewhere between a Spanish and a Mexican dish, this simple and comforting one pot recipe from Herb Fed Poultry is full of flavour and makes the perfect weekend supper. For more recipe inspiration and information on their award winning range visit www.herbfedpoultry.co.uk

Eton Mess Sundae

DessertServes 1

A twist on an old classic, this Eton Mess Sundae from the team at Yorvale celebrates their new range of Clotted Cream ice creams made with Rodda’s Cornish Clotted Cream. This simple recipe uses the new Peach Melba flavour paired with raspberries and strawberries and of course plenty of meringue for the ultimate teatime treat! For more information and recipe inspiration visit their website www.yorvale.co.uk  

Chocolate & Hazelnut Celebration Bread

DessertServes 8

Get your Easter baking underway early with this delicious and sweet celebration bread from the team at the Side Oven Bakery in Foston on the Wolds. With crunchy undertones of hazelnut this stunning bread makes a great centre piece and is perfect with a cup of a coffee. For more recipe inspiration and to buy their award winning range of flours, granolas and more online visit www.sideoven.com

Pea Shoot and Chickpea Coconut Dahl

Main courseServes 3

This delicious dish from the team at West Yorkshire based salad growers W.S. Bentley is not only packed full of flavour but healthy and hearty too. The creamy coconut pairs perfectly with the crunchy chickpeas and fresh pea shoots and makes this curry the perfect quick and warming supper on a chilly evening. For more recipe inspiration visit www.wsbentley.co.uk

Chicken breasts with chorizo and smoky roasted vegetables

Main courseServes 3-4

Spring has sprung so it’s time for some lighter suppers to go with the lighter nights and this chicken with chorizo and smoky roasted vegetables recipe from the team at Soanes Poultry is the perfect quick and tasty one pot supper. Pairing their award winning chicken with breasts with chorizo and paprika this dish if full of flavour and perfect for lazy weekend dinner. For more recipe inspiration visit www.soanespoultry.co.uk

Slow-Braised Pork with Cider, Creme Fraiche and Mustard

Main courseServes 3

Celebrate Fodder being crowned the winners of the 2020 National Butcher’s Shop of the Year Awards with this Slow-Braised Pork with Cider, Creme Fraiche and Mustard recipe from their team. The Harrogate based farm shop, whose profits help to fund the work of the Yorkshire Agricultural Society source all their meat locally and saw off stiff competition from some 35 other finalists around the country to be awarded the top prize. For more information and recipe inspiration visit their website www.fodder.co.uk